1. Admit there is a problem
First thing’s first, you must admit you have a problem and know you deserve help with addiction.
If you are feeling discomfort or guilt from your actions, or if your bad habits conflict or restrict your everyday activities, it’s time to consider help.
Dr. Elizabeth Hartney, PhD agrees, “There are many factors, physical, mental, and emotional, that make quitting difficult.
This is why so many people find treatment helps to guide them through the complex process of quitting.”