You're not yourself when you’re using drugs and alcohol.
The people in your life affect how you feel every day. It can be great. Or awful.
So where do healthy relationships start?
The most important relationship of all is actually the one you have with yourself.
Are you being straight with yourself about your choices, including substance use? Is it impacting your relationships and masking the person you really are?
Honesty time. What’s the cost to your precious body, mind -- and relationships?
Your Relationships Are Better Without It
When you feel good about yourself, you can nurture great relationships with others. Especially when you recognize that you're not the best version of yourself when you’re using drugs and alcohol. And those “friends” who only want to see that self? They might not have your best interests at heart.
You’re Better Without It
The things that really help you get through life are a clear mind, good physical health, great relationships, and goals and dreams to pursue. You don’t need substances to help get through your day - or your life. You’re better without them.
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