Embracing the Decision Making Process

Embracing the Decision Making Process

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    Few people start out trying to be addicted to opiates. Pain pills are powerful. Even when used as prescribed, opiates can cause a physical and emotional addiction that is close to impossible to battle alone. If you've been prescribed opiates after a surgery or an accident and now you find you can no longer sleep without them, you may be addicted. Opiate withdrawal symptoms can begin occurring only a few short hours after your last dose, and those symptoms can include agitation, anxiety, depression, and nausea.

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Embracing the Decision Making Process

Would you rather do your least favorite household chore than make a decision? Perhaps, you frequently drive around your hometown for an hour before being able to decide what restaurant to eat dinner at. Or, you might always allow others to make decisions for you. If you desperately desire to become more decisive, consider scheduling a meeting with a counselor in your area. This professional can likely help you figure out why you’re having difficulty making decisions. Better yet, your counselor may be able to offer solutions to your problem. On this blog, I hope you will discover numerous, self-help strategies to help you become the person you always dreamed of being. Enjoy!

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