Am I Denying My Symptoms?

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Am I Denying My Symptoms?

Many people who are struggling try to talk themselves out of the fact that they are suffering. They may downplay their symptoms or deny them outright. They may be embarrassed about what they are going through, thus leading them to avoid seeking help at all costs. If you find yourself associating with these things, it may be time to take ownership of your struggles. Stop denying who you are. 

Stop the denial

Overcoming your own denial can be difficult when you have denied your symptoms for so long. Face your symptoms head-on. If you find yourself drinking too much and too often, stop denying it. If you are struggling with accepting your mental illness, give yourself the space to accept the help you deserve.

Seek help

You deserve all the help in the world. Suffering isn’t a competition. Someone will always have it worse than you — this doesn’t mean you aren’t deserving of help. If you are struggling, you deserve help. Reach out to Pinnacle Recovery today. We have addiction treatment programs, as well as programs for co-occurring mental illnesses. Put your trust in something greater than yourself. There is help out there. Recovery is attainable.

Learn to cope

Once you have accepted that you need help, the next step is learning to cope. There comes a time where you can no longer deny your symptoms. You must accept them and find a way to cope. This can be by identifying your triggers and learning tools to deal with them in healthy ways. Learning skills used in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Dialectical Behavior Therapy can be extremely beneficial to someone struggling with a mental illness. You cannot go through life without the skills to cope with your illness or addiction. You must learn to cope. 

Pinnacle Recovery wants to help you to stop denying your experiences. We want to help you get the care you need. We offer a plethora of programs such as addiction treatment programs and dual diagnosis programs for mental illnesses. We have a trained and experienced staff on hand to help you throughout any issues you may face. Reach out to us today at 1-866-301-0573. We cannot wait to hear from you.

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