After years of drug abuse and addiction, entering drug rehab may be the first time in awhile that you\u2019ve been around other people socially. Once you lift addiction\u2019s veil, isolation is not a healthy place. While the treatment environment is meant to be a place of introspection as you learn and work through problems, it\u2019s also a place where you\u2019ll learn to be social again.\r\n\r\nWhile you going through so many changes in recovery, you may feel anxious about forming new friendships. You\u2019ll possibly find yourself being a bit more judgmental than you should be, particularly in reacting to others' behaviors. This is common in drug rehab, but it\u2019s important to remember that everyone is flawed and has weaknesses\u2014even you. That said, group therapy sessions (and drug rehab in general) provide the opportunity to become closer to your peers in recovery, possibly forming lifetime relationships. \r\n5.)\u00a0People Like You\r\nDrug rehab consists of all kinds of people with various backgrounds, experiences, and stories. The chances of you finding people you relate to, identify with, and enjoy are pretty good. In rehab these people might be the ones you build community with, depend on when you need a listening ear, and relate to in group therapy. Cultivate these relationships. A huge part of drug rehab is healthy relationships.\r\n4.) People Who Seem "Better" or "Worse" Than You\r\nDrug and alcohol rehab\u00a0is much like life in this arena: there will always be people who seem worse off than you and there will always be people who seem better off than you. This might make you feel better or worse about your situation, but hopefully will remind you that everyone has their own story, their own starting point, and their own journey. Comparison will rob you of your own personal accomplishments, and keep you from truly experiencing a community of wisdom (from people who might be ahead in their journey) and support (for people who may have a long way to go). Befriend both of these people; you will learn and grow exponentially.\r\n3.) People\u00a0Who Have Successfully Recovered\r\nMost drug rehab facilities have at least a few people on who have struggled with addiction personally. They might have years of sobriety under their belts now, but they know exactly what you\u2019re going through. These are the people who can tell you firsthand that you can and will succeed in drug rehab. They\u2019re living proof.\r\n2.) People Who Care\r\nMaybe you\u2019ve felt a little down since you\u2019ve decided to give up toxic relationships in your life. Without your addiction you feel lonely, or sad, or disconnected from your comfort zone. Drug rehab is a place where people genuinely care, even when you don\u2019t. In drug and alcohol rehab rehab you will meet doctors, staff members, alumni, and residents who care deeply about your success. They want to see you accomplish your goals, and will help you do just that.\r\n1.)\u00a0You, Version 2.0\r\nAt last, meet the new you. Sober, clear-minded You. Drug rehab will not only help you achieve sobriety from your addiction, it will help you become the best version of yourself. Through counseling, holistic treatment, and ongoing support and resources, you have a chance to make your life what you want it to be. Whether you\u2019re hoping to go back to school, learn a new hobby, focus on a career, rebuild relationships, or all of the above, drug rehab can help. Get ready to reclaim your life and meet You.\r\nDrug Rehab Treatment in Jacksonville, Florida (FL)\r\nWhen you\u2019re ready to meet the new you, Beaches Recovery will be here to foster the greeting.\u00a0We offer drug and alcohol recovery programs that run from 1-3 months. Our three month treatment plan is the gold standard treatment. All of our programs are tailored to meet your specific needs and aspirations.\r\n\r\nBeaches Recovery in Jacksonville, Florida (FL) will will set you up for success and help you achieve the life that you deserve. We\u00a0celebrate success stories everyday and our next one will be you!\u00a0Call us today at 8666050532 to embark on your journey to recovery.