Identify your triggers and create a plan to avoid them.
Surround yourself with a supportive network of friends and family.
Engage in activities and hobbies that bring you joy and fulfillment.
Practice self-care, such as exercise and mindfulness, to reduce stress and anxiety.
Avoid places, people, and situations associated with past substance use.
Seek support from a therapist of support group.
Avoid using drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism.
Establish healthy boundaries with friends and family who enable substance use.
Find alternative ways to manage emotions and stress, such as writing in a journal or practicing relaxation techniques.
Stay committed to your recovery, and seek additional support when needed.
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