Recovery

Coming Home

 

 

 

 

Practical Addiction-Recovery Support Guide

Recovery is a process rather than an event. This means that the journey to living a healthy, balanced life will always be filled with pitfalls and hurdles for someone in this position. However, the challenges that you may face along the way are natural and normal. Use this practical guide to prepare for the different stages of recovery and to develop confidence in your recovery plan.

Recovery Coming Home - Practical Addiction Recovery Support Guide

Feeling overwhelmed?

That’s alright, you’re not alone, we all do at first! Whether you’re in recovery from addiction yourself or happen to be doing some research for someone you love, this guide will give you actionable insights to reduce the anxiety surrounding this homecoming for all. The support doesn’t stop there!

When you buy this practical guide you’ll get exclusive access

  • Downloadable eBook
  • Private Facebook Group
  • Member-Only Monthly Newsletter
  • Practical & Helpful Video Content

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEET GRIGOR STEWART

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Grigor Stewart is a highly experienced television executive and has run the television sales for some of the world’s biggest sporting brands including the FIFA World Cup, Wimbledon Tennis and Spanish League Football. He has also been through the recovery process from A to Z himself. Having attended clinics, rehabilitation and addiction centres himself, Grigor has experienced the challenges most people face when going back home after spending time in rehabilitation.

Now, sober for 3 years and an avid rehabilitation speaker as well as sponsor, Grigor has documented his personal experience to share with recovering addicts. He’s done this in the hopes of making the transition to a “new” normal just a little bit easier. His step-by-step guide will fill you in on exactly what you’ll experience coming home – and after. After all, the best kind of support for addiction recovery usually comes from someone who has been there themselves. Someone who truly understands the challenges first-hand.

anyone in addiction recovery and their loved ones too.

WHO NEEDS THIS GUIDE?

People in NA, AA or any rehabilitation centre all have one thing in common, they could be anybody! From doctors, lawyers and lecturers to plumbers, stay-at-home moms and yoga instructors, anyone can suffer from an addiction.

Of course, every addict also usually has a partner, mother, father, child, friend or colleague who is also invested in seeing them recover. Whether it’s from food, sex, substances, gambling or an addiction to something else, this guide can assist with the many transitions addicts and their loved ones will face.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the fear of walking in the front door, eating humble pie, feeling vulnerable – it’s all natural!

WHAT TO EXPECT?

The reality is that it’s scary for recovering addicts to go back into the real world. There are triggers all around you. In fact, you may not trust yourself and let’s be honest – many others probably don’t yet either. You may find temptations all around you and this means that every day is always going to be a challenge. However, the good news is that there is living proof that the programme works and that you can win back your life bit by bit! If you’re preparing for a loved one to come home or are recovering yourself, you can benefit from these “Recovery Coming Home” insights.

Recovery Coming Home - The road to recovery
Set boundaries. Ask for help. Be kind to yourself.

THE ROAD TO RECOVERY

Embarking on a recovery plan can help you come to terms with what life will look like at home while you’re reintegrating into your old routine. You can support these efforts by investing in this step-by-step guide and using the insights to achieve your daily and weekly milestones.

Thriving in your new life also means learning how to pre-empt some of the most natural pitfalls that you will experience as a recovering addict. Dealing with temptation and repairing relationships can be difficult, learn more about what to expect from each stage of your recovery journey.

This is a common question recovering addicts will ponder.

HOW WILL
PEOPLE TREAT ME?

If you are just getting home from inpatient addiction treatment or going to be coming home soon, then you may be concerned about how people are going to treat you. You are not alone! This is one of the most common worries experienced by recovering addicts. Your loved ones and friends might have a tough time adjusting to your new life.

They may not be sure what to say or think. But that’s why you will need to learn how to let them know what you need from them. You will also need to receive their emotional needs too while they are in this period of adjustment. Read all about what to expect from someone who’s been through it!

 

 

This is actually such an informative site and probably one of the crucial ways to keep people from “slipping through the cracks” once they leave primary care.  The most crucial phase is getting the Addict from Rehab to their first meeting.  If this chain is broken, so is the recovery.

MARCHANT R

A guide like this is vital to people in recovery and their families. Knowing what to expect and how to proceed is a must and makes life going forward easier for everyone involved. This is essential for anybody that is affected by the recovery process.

ANJA V

I strongly recommend this Recovery Coming Home booklet. When I was told the day before my discharge from rehab, like a seasoned Alcoholic, I was TERRIFIED, so I lied about my condition in order to remain there for longer. Needless to say, they saw through my lies and I was discharged. That is why it is SO necessary, to be equipped with the tools to prepare the patient for the outside world but maybe even more importantly for the patient to be aware as to what to expect from the loved ones when they get home.

CHARLES G

Recovery is one of the most challenging and yet most rewarding parts of my life. This will help guide you through the process and is a brilliant tool for you and your love ones.

BYRON S

Having had the privilege of going through this guide I can honestly say that, after more than 5 years sobriety, this is an honest reflection on what processes I myself had gone through in the program of recovery. The promises reflected are not empty words but has become a reality for me in my everyday life. I strongly recommend this website for all people in early recovery and their loved ones. Honestly written and simple to grasp and understand.

DAWID M

You are more vulnerable leaving rehab and having support and guidance like this once at home is the key to recovery.

SHIONA C

Wow Grigor. This is amazing. Great integration of the tools and such accessibility to the vulnerable recovering addict. Very informative yet completely non-judgemental, and providing the helping hand through personal empathetic connection and empowerment. Well done and much success and blessings with this endeavour.

CRAIG I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recovery

Coming Home

 

 

 

 

Practical Addiction-Recovery Support Guide

Recovery is a process rather than an event. This means that the journey to living a healthy, balanced life will always be filled with pitfalls and hurdles for someone in this position. However, the challenges that you may face along the way are natural and normal. Use this practical guide to prepare for the different stages of recovery and to develop confidence in your recovery plan.

Recovery Coming Home - Practical Addiction Recovery Support Guide

Feeling overwhelmed?

That’s alright, you’re not alone, we all do at first! Whether you’re in recovery from addiction yourself or happen to be doing some research for someone you love, this guide will give you actionable insights to reduce the anxiety surrounding this homecoming for all. The support doesn’t stop there!

When you buy this practical guide you’ll get exclusive access

  • Downloadable eBook
  • Private Facebook Group
  • Member-Only Monthly Newsletter
  • Practical & Helpful Video Content
MEET GRIGOR STEWART

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Grigor Stewart is a highly experienced television executive and has run the television sales for some of the world’s biggest sporting brands including the FIFA World Cup, Wimbledon Tennis and Spanish League Football. He has also been through the recovery process from A to Z himself. Having attended clinics, rehabilitation and addiction centres himself, Grigor has experienced the challenges most people face when going back home after spending time in rehabilitation.

Now, sober for 3 years and an avid rehabilitation speaker as well as sponsor, Grigor has documented his personal experience to share with recovering addicts. He’s done this in the hopes of making the transition to a “new” normal just a little bit easier. His step-by-step guide will fill you in on exactly what you’ll experience coming home – and after. After all, the best kind of support for addiction recovery usually comes from someone who has been there themselves. Someone who truly understands the challenges first-hand.

anyone in addiction recovery and their loved ones too.

WHO NEEDS THIS GUIDE?

People in NA, AA or any rehabilitation centre all have one thing in common, they could be anybody! From doctors, lawyers and lecturers to plumbers, stay-at-home moms and yoga instructors, anyone can suffer from an addiction.

Of course, every addict also usually has a partner, mother, father, child, friend or colleague who is also invested in seeing them recover. Whether it’s from food, sex, substances, gambling or an addiction to something else, this guide can assist with the many transitions addicts and their loved ones will face.

the fear of walking in the front door, eating humble pie, feeling vulnerable – it’s all natural!

WHAT TO EXPECT?

The reality is that it’s scary for recovering addicts to go back into the real world. There are triggers all around you. In fact, you may not trust yourself and let’s be honest – many others probably don’t yet either. You may find temptations all around you and this means that every day is always going to be a challenge. However, the good news is that there is living proof that the programme works and that you can win back your life bit by bit! If you’re preparing for a loved one to come home or are recovering yourself, you can benefit from these “Recovery Coming Home” insights.

Recovery Coming Home - The road to recovery
Set boundaries. Ask for help. Be kind to yourself.

THE ROAD TO RECOVERY

Embarking on a recovery plan can help you come to terms with what life will look like at home while you’re reintegrating into your old routine. You can support these efforts by investing in this step-by-step guide and using the insights to achieve your daily and weekly milestones.

Thriving in your new life also means learning how to pre-empt some of the most natural pitfalls that you will experience as a recovering addict. Dealing with temptation and repairing relationships can be difficult, learn more about what to expect from each stage of your recovery journey.

This is a common question recovering addicts will ponder.

HOW WILL
PEOPLE TREAT ME?

If you are just getting home from inpatient addiction treatment or going to be coming home soon, then you may be concerned about how people are going to treat you. You are not alone! This is one of the most common worries experienced by recovering addicts. Your loved ones and friends might have a tough time adjusting to your new life.

They may not be sure what to say or think. But that’s why you will need to learn how to let them know what you need from them. You will also need to receive their emotional needs too while they are in this period of adjustment. Read all about what to expect from someone who’s been through it!

This is actually such an informative site and probably one of the crucial ways to keep people from “slipping through the cracks” once they leave primary care.  The most crucial phase is getting the Addict from Rehab to their first meeting.  If this chain is broken, so is the recovery.

MARCHANT R

A guide like this is vital to people in recovery and their families. Knowing what to expect and how to proceed is a must and makes life going forward easier for everyone involved. This is essential for anybody that is affected by the recovery process.

ANJA V

I strongly recommend this Recovery Coming Home booklet. When I was told the day before my discharge from rehab, like a seasoned Alcoholic, I was TERRIFIED, so I lied about my condition in order to remain there for longer. Needless to say, they saw through my lies and I was discharged. That is why it is SO necessary, to be equipped with the tools to prepare the patient for the outside world but maybe even more importantly for the patient to be aware as to what to expect from the loved ones when they get home.

CHARLES G

Recovery is one of the most challenging and yet most rewarding parts of my life. This will help guide you through the process and is a brilliant tool for you and your love ones.

BYRON S

Having had the privilege of going through this guide I can honestly say that, after more than 5 years sobriety, this is an honest reflection on what processes I myself had gone through in the program of recovery. The promises reflected are not empty words but has become a reality for me in my everyday life. I strongly recommend this website for all people in early recovery and their loved ones. Honestly written and simple to grasp and understand.

DAWID M

You are more vulnerable leaving rehab and having support and guidance like this once at home is the key to recovery.

SHIONA C

Wow Grigor. This is amazing. Great integration of the tools and such accessibility to the vulnerable recovering addict. Very informative yet completely non-judgemental, and providing the helping hand through personal empathetic connection and empowerment. Well done and much success and blessings with this endeavour.

CRAIG I

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