Right now, you may be asking yourself many different questions – Am I a bad person? Am I at a low point in life? Do I need help? You are not a bad person. You may be at a low point in your life, but you can get the help you need.
Everyone Has a Different Bottom
Everyone has a different rock bottom. Each person will face different situations and emotions in regard to drinking or drugging. It is important to look at your own situation and determine what needs you have in life. The sooner you can do this, the sooner you can break free from substance abuse.
Signs Someone Reaches Rock Bottom
There are many experiences that someone with depression, other mental health issues or an addiction go through. It can be tough to tell if you have hit rock bottom in your substance abuse, addiction or mental health issues. However, there are some signs that someone, whether this be you or someone in your life, has hit rock bottom, such as:
- Getting fired from your job or losing your business due to substance abuse or mental health issues
- Getting evicted or losing your house due to addiction or mental health issues
- Dealing with financial issues because of drinking or drugging too much
- Getting into legal trouble
- Overdosing on drugs or getting alcohol poisoning
- Blacking out consistently when drinking
- Getting kicked out of or dropping out of school
- Getting a serious injury while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Not having any more support from family members or friends
- Divorcing due to drug or alcohol abuse or untreated mental health issues
These are just some of the signs that you or someone you know has reached rock bottom. If these signs are recognized, it is time to get mental health or addiction treatment help. You can do this by contacting us here at Transformations Care.
Is it Good or Bad to Hit Rock Bottom
This is a debatable question. Some people think it is bad for a person to hit rock bottom. However, the truth is that many people don’t seek out help for their addiction or mental health issues until they reach their rock bottom. If this is the case for you or someone you know, hitting rock bottom may actually be a good thing. It could be the turning point in your life.
Things to Do if You Have Hit Your Rock Bottom
As noted above, rock bottom is different for everyone. The plan of action to take when you have hit your bottom can be different than it is for someone else. With this being said, there are some common things that a person can do if they have hit their bottom, such as:
- Reaching out to a professional addiction or mental health treatment center for help
- Start believing yourself
- Feel the pain and allow that to motivate you to get back control over your life
- Let yourself cry about the things you have lost, then use that to empower you to make a change for yourself
- Show some compassion and empathy toward yourself
- Start attending support groups
- Learn that you are responsible for yourself and that the only person who can truly change things for you is you
- Find your new comfort zone (this will likely feel odd for awhile, but once you get there it will make all the difference)
- Start detoxing from alcohol and drugs
- Learn new ways to have fun without alcohol or drugs
- Be present in the moment and enjoy every one of your days
- Mingle with people who have a positive outlook on life
- Work on creating a recovery plan that includes new life goals
These are just some of the many things that you can do if you have hit your rock bottom. Now that you know about these action plans, you can reach out to our Transformations Care team to get the help you need in recovery today.
Treatment Options After Hitting Rock Bottom
There are many different treatments available to those who have hit rock bottom. If you are at this point in your life, learning about these treatments may be the next best step you can take. Some of the available treatments for someone who is at their bottom with mental health or addiction-related issues include:
- Outpatient treatment
- Partial hospitalization
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Inpatient treatment
- Individual and group therapy
- Family therapy
- Yoga and/or meditation
- Nutrition and fitness therapy
- 12-step facilitation therapy or 12-step support groups
In addition to these options, you can reach out to our Transformations Care team to find more available services for your recovery. If you want to know more about how to get started with your recovery, our team is here to help you with that, as well.
Time to Move Forward
You have hit your rock bottom and now it is time for you to move forward. The climb up may be difficult. However, with some time, motivation and commitment, you can finally create the life that you deserve. It is important to realize that you don’t have to do this on your own. Here at Transformations Care, our team can help you every step of the way.
We want to see you pull yourself out of the darkness in life and into a life full of brightness and joy. There are numerous ways that you can do this, but one thing that we highly recommend is an addiction or mental health treatment program. There are detox, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization and inpatient treatments available to you. If you want to know more about these treatments, please feel free to reach out to our team members right away.
Overcome Addiction and Mental Health Issues Starting Today
Do you struggle with addiction or mental health issues? Have you hit your rock bottom? Even if you haven’t our team here at Transformations Care can still help you to overcome these issues. Please contact us today to start getting the addiction and mental health treatments and support you need from this point onward. It is time to break from free the bottom and reach the top.