We tolerate benzo withdrawals better when we let go and accept where we are. That does not mean we give up, or we stop hoping or thinking positively about our recovery. It means simply to stop fighting. Stop grieving over the days, months of years that you have given over to your withdrawal. You are still alive. That is something worth celebrating. Healing does happen. We are assured of that. It just takes time.
Let go. Be in the moment. Don’t think about the days ahead. Come back to this moment and give thanks you are alive and healing.
A quick video tip on how to cope with the less than great days.