I haven’t had a lot of time since starting my new job to update the blog, but I am super excited to come at you guys today with something I am insanely passionate about. I recently graduated and began working on clinical trials full-time. As part of my training, I have been doing a lot of observation on each of the studies we currently have to learn each of the protocols and why they vary.
Even in just a few weeks I have learned so much and gained so much knowledge about how our brain works, both with how we crave addictive substances and how this affects our mental well-being.
When trouble strikes in one form or another, and our expectations and comfort zones in life are really violated dramatically, it can often seem that our reality is unravelling at high-speed.
In such trying times, things tend to fall apart — or at least, they feel as though they are falling apart — and it can be really difficult trying to figure out where all the pieces are, and how they should best be put back together again.
All of these issues can perhaps seem even harder to deal with if we are confronted with health problems which require a powerful intervention such as therapy or even sometimes medication assisted treatment.
Nonetheless, here are some suggestions for how you can begin piecing your life back together after a difficult experience and come out on top!
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Disclaimer: This post is made in collaboration and may contain affiliate links.
It’s always difficult to try and improve ourselves. Often, we give so much of ourselves that it can feel like a herculean effort to give even more. No matter what you’re trying to accomplish in life – pursuing further education, raising a family, or adventuring around the world, it can pay to know that you always have the ability to do more, even if you do not currently feel like it.