What Is A Recovery Coach - Quit Weed Coaching
What Is A Recovery Coach? What he do? Do you need him? How he can help you quit weed?
Naturally, humans are social beings. It means, there would be some points where we would need each other, especially during the toughest times.
In this case, for example, people who are trying to beat addiction usually need others to support them. That is why rehabilitation centers and support groups exist. Sometimes, they need to see other people who go through similar problem and can understand them.
Using recovery coach services is another way and even the leading way of helping people who are in weed withdrawal processes in particular and recovering from addictions in general.
What recovery coach do
People who struggle to recover from addiction may need a recovery coach who can lead and guide them. They not only help them stop their weed addiction, but also help them build a new lifestyle, a healthy lifestyle and move on. A recovery coach understands the needs of his clients and will do his best to help him as he has also been there at the same point in the past.
A coach will provide a safe place for you to express your opinion and ideas without fear of being judged. Their purpose is to help you achieve your goals successfully.
Among many things a recovery coach can help you with, here are some examples:
- Be around when you need support. People who are recovering from weed addiction usually need someone else's support. At such times, the recovery coach will be there to provide it. Although you need them at 12, for example, it will be available to you. They may even be available to you 24/7.
- Help you stay sober. For some people, they may want to quit weed but they don't really understand what they need to do. Some people who try to quit weed on their own, sometimes find themselves failing and returning to the old habit. A recovery coach will provide action plans to make sure you stay sober and not relapse back to weed addiction. This can be through providing tools for dealing with the cravings, building a strategic plan and providing support in the difficult moments
- Provide required resources. As a client, you may need some resources (support, professional knowledge, rehabilitation techniques, and more) to move forward. Your coach will be there to provide you with what you need.
- Work with you in achieving your goals. Your coach will have the responsibility in helping you setting and achieving the goals in life. They won't do the work for you. However, they will guide you until you realize the goals you want to achieve and help until you achieve them.
What a recovery coach does not do
We've learned from some examples of what your recovery coach can do to help you. They may also help you with other important aspects of your life. For example, how to reconcile with your loved ones after you have recovered from weed addiction, how to continue to work and move forward in your professional life, and so on.
However, it does not mean that your recovery coach can do literally everything. It's best to understand that there are few things they can't do such as:
- Diagnose addiction. The recovery coach is not eligible to diagnose addiction. This should only be done by doctors or a professional therapist. People who switch to recovery coach come after being diagnosed.
- Take care of your weed addiction. Your recovery coach is there to go along with you until you reach your health goals. However, they are not there to treat your weed addiction.
- Determine your future. Whether you can successfully stop addiction or not is not up to your recovery coach. All decisions are made according to what you choose. They are there to guide you until you understand what you need to decide and what is best for you. They are also there to support and motivate you each time you begin to return to your addiction or lose hope. Your coach will make sure you are on the right track.
Life Without Weed
Until now, your and everyone's focus has been to stop smoking weed.
But is that the real problem? After all, you can decide to stop smoking at any moment. So what keeps you from staying clean and not going back to smoking weed?
Recovery coach realizes that quitting weed is just one step. A necessary and important step. But it is only one step in the process towards a healthier and more productive life.
The second step that is equally important is to build a new life, to build a new reality without weed.
A recovery coach helps you build a healthy lifestyle and a winning brain so you can rehabilitate yourself, your body and your brain. To make the recovery process easier and faster. Once you have a healthy, well-balanced and healthy right base for you… The desire to return to smoking weed will soon be over.
Why should you work with a recovery coach
You know best if you have to work with a recovery coach or not. But, some of you may wonder what signs you need to work with a recovery coach.
To answer this question, here are some of the signs you may need to work with recovery coach:
- You have been through different rehab or counseling/support group, yet you still find yourself struggling with the same issue.
- Sometimes you can stay sober, but sometimes you get back to the addiction.
- There are too much tempting triggers around you and you’ve started feeling overwhelmed.
- Your environment does not seem to support your decision to recover and you need someone to support you completely.
- You want to recover but you find it too hard to do on your own.
- The thoughts of using it again will help you with your stress, anxiety, and depression start kicking in.
- You don’t know what to do, or you know how but you find it difficult to do it by yourself.
- You know that stopping smoking weed is one thing, building a healthy and winning lifestyle that helps you stay clean and sober is something else you need help with.
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