Relapse Doesn't Need to Be a Source of Shame

Today’s thoughtful inquiry comes to us from Elizabeth, as she offers the deeply meaningful subject of relapse for closer inspection. In doing so, we reframe the meaning of the word, removing all shame from its existence, and call in the support of others on the path.

Where it’s easy to point blame at a person, a circumstance, even one defining moment – we learn to take a step back, in silence, to assess the many other variables that led to such a moment. In taking responsibility for how we can get there, it becomes easier to avoid the same path.

Relapse is not a necessity for recovery, even though it is very common.

– Tommy Rosen, In The Circle Podcast

Tommy discusses:

  • Relapse is not a necessity, even though it’s very common
  • Optionality of relapse outcomes 
  • Identifying and traveling to different levels of consciousness
  • How can we avoid relapse?
  • What are the signs of a relapse?

Addiction is part of everyone’s journey, but recovery is not.

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