By Judith A. Wilson C.A.P.
Early restoration is a demanding time. it will possibly even be complicated as a result of the unexpected phrases and words which are widely used in restoration teams. geared up alphabetically, the addictionary is a entire source that defines enormous quantities of restoration phrases. The authors offer transparent, in-depth definitions that demystify the language of restoration, tackle a number of restoration concerns, and concentrate on addictions to medications, alcohol, playing, meals, intercourse, and codependency. certain gains comprise definitions grouped by way of issues and a listing of restoration teams and companies.
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Bringing repressed or forgotten experiences into conscious awareness can help you understand your present feelings and fears. You may be using a lot of energy to keep these memories down. Recovery from abuse is a process. You must identify abuse and experience feelings associated with it. You need a safe, supportive place to express the fear, hurt, anger, hatred, and other emotions that come with your awareness. You can then move through the negative feelings and attitudes to acceptance, letting go, and eventual forgiveness and healing.
Addiction model (PEMS) This manual is structured by the PEMS addiction model. Using the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of the disease we will explore everything we have learned to help your recovery. The PEMS model of addiction can be described by the following diagram: Page 24 Notice that each aspectphysical, emotional, mental, and spiritualtouches every other aspect. In fact, if you can imagine each area overlapping and gradually blending into each other area it would be a more accurate picture.
Addictionary: A Primer of Recovery Terms & Concepts from Abstinence to Withdraw by Judith A. Wilson C.A.P.