Addiction is one of the most difficult things a person and their loved ones can go through. Being in recovery and maintaining sobriety takes incredible courage, vulnerability and persistence. I have spent my entire career working in the field of trauma resolution and have worked with many people who are in recovery to reprocess traumas they have experienced. While I readily admit that I am not an expert in the treatment of addiction, there are a few things I do feel qualified to share. First, I know that there are no shortcuts to maintaining your sobriety. Second, I know that there are many things that can trigger a relapse and it can happen very quickly. Bi-Tapp is a resource for people in recovery.
Bi-Tapp is not a replacement for any part of treatment, but it is a resource you can use to help in a number of ways:
- Emotion regulation
- Decrease stress levels
- Manage your triggers
- Help with pain management
- Improve ability to get quality sleep
I had the opportunity to interview Megan who has been in recovery from alcohol and drugs since August 23, 2007. She shares how Bi-Tapp has been a resource that she has used regularly to help her maintain her sobriety. “I am so grateful for the life I get to live today, to be sober and to be a sober mother.”