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Detachment for Surviving Addiction

Sometimes we all need space away from people that can be difficult and think there saints. It's time to see the light.

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Learning Acceptance

Detachment is part of learning how to accept life on life's terms. In 12 step recovery, or when living with active addiction, it's important to know how to let go. These tips can help! Click to read more!

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The laws of Detachment : allow others to be who they are, allow yourself to be who you are, don't force situations, solutions will emerge, uncertainty is reality-embrace it.

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Detachment for Surviving Addiction

Detachment helps when we are having trouble letting go of what others are doing. Stepping back and focusing on yourself is sometimes the kindest thing you can do. Love them but don't prevent their fall.

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THIS- healing is fucking messy. It's alienation. It's detachment. It's bat shit crazy. It makes you ache for the void and mundane. You want to quit everything but you can't. You won't. Not now. Because you've changed. Underneath all that bullshit, there you are and you ain't ever going back. And there's more, waking up right next to you in the dark, raise the roof on the whole thing. #rehab #change #future

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brainstorming techniques

Sometimes, ya just gotta push people away.... to protect them from your inner-storm that's raging!

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Detachment for Surviving Addiction

Detaching is all about loving someone while accepting that you have no power to change them. It's helpful with addiction, mental illness and difficult personalities. Detaching with love means letting someone be who they are while protecting yourself from harm.

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Strong people Strong people will automatically stop trying if they feel unwanted. They won't fix it or beg. They will just walk away. — Unknown Author

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