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How to Ask for Help in Your Recovery When Everyone’s Struggling

Reaching out for help is always hard, but the pandemic takes things to a new level.

When asking for help is hard, especially now, knowing how to approach people to get what you need is key. Dr. Adam Scioli provides insight on the importance of asking for help and advice to help you stay connected in this how-to article.

Unfortunately, a lot of people who’ve experienced long-term recovery are struggling right now, but giving yourself permission to ask for help is important.”

“It’s not a moral failing. It’s not a weakness or something you can exert your will over and overcome. Addiction is a chronic, progressive, relapsing, remitting, potentially fatal disease process that requires help and support.”

See the story in Healthline.

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