Draw a maze. Clean your house. Practice meditation. Give yourself a henna tattoo. Read the Wikipedia page about Henna. Read Martha Stewart’s Wikipedia page. Start doing research about a new hobby, like rock climbing, or scuba diving, or fixing peoples concrete cracks in their driveway for as cheap as possible. There are a lot of things you can do to distract your mind from addiction…so many in fact, that I can’t list them all. Not in a life time.
Have You Tried Using ASMR To Get Sober? I write a daily blog about addiction recovery, and everyday I recommend an ASMR video. Everyday! That’s how much I believe ASMR can help individuals with sobriety. I think it’s worth reiterating that fact everyday.
Not everyday is going to be the same, that is all but guaranteed. Some days will be busy, and some days will be slow. Some days you will feel over the moon! and Some days scorned. However, by following the Number 1 Best Scheduling Practice for Every Recovering Addict, you can greatly decrease your chances of relapsing into addiction.
To fight through addiction, you need to be self reliant. I know I know, everyone else goes to meetings, but I’ve met enough people that are not helped by those meetings to make the assertion that being self reliant provides for more stability. Look at the condition of the world right now!
FOMO stands for Fear Of Missing Out, and it’s a real thing. There’s even a sweet song about it! I get fomo forsure. I think that the fear of missing out can lead to even more complex psychological issues, such as addiction, anxiety, and depression.