Many people are familiar with the name Grant Cardone, but what many people don’t know is his story before he became the successful man he is today. Born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and brought up by a single mother who raised seven children, Grant came from humble beginnings and battled addiction for over 9 years.
You’ve met someone and you think he or she might be “the one,” or you want to get to know them better. You find out early on that they are in recovery and just recently finished rehab. Should you get romantically involved?
When one makes the pursuit of their next high their primary objective in life, it encompasses them. It becomes the driving motive behind every action they make. The singular goal of getting high leaves the rest of your life in a state of decay.
It makes sense that bad habits tend to beget bad habits, and that once an individual starts engaging in harmful and self-destructive activities, they’re liable to take on more of such patterns. That’s why, when someone is trying to turn their life around and stay off of drugs and alcohol, they must dive into healthy living across all areas of their life. Primarily, this includes diet, sleep, and exercise.
It’s doubtful there has been any time in our most recent history that has seen as much uncertainty and turmoil as we have experienced today with the year starting off with a Global Pandemic. Drug and alcohol use is up in increasingly drastic numbers.
Many who break free from the clutches of drug and alcohol addiction find themselves wanting to dive into college, get a degree, and create a successful, happy, rewarding life. How can they do this while holding onto their recovery and ensuring they do not relapse?
Addiction is such a vicious, debilitating crisis that professional help is required to assist addicts in breaking free from their dependencies. To attempt recovery from drugs without professional help is dangerous and often doomed to fail.
The coronavirus pandemic has a lot of people facing hardship and unique challenges. For those in recovery, this may be a difficult time indeed. What can recovering addicts do to ensure that they do not relapse during the health crisis?
Recovery from addiction is a necessary part of overcoming drugs and alcohol and with the right treatment program like an executive rehab, this can be achieved.
Anyone who has ever worked in any sort of business environment would readily agree that executives have intense, challenging, and demanding jobs and lifestyles. They are expected to overcome all manner of obstacles on a day-to-day basis and successfully run tight control on employees and projects without fail…