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Are Anxiety and Addiction Ruining Your Career?

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Anxiety and addiction are two fast and easy ways to ruin even the most established of careers. A host of performance, trust and professional issues tend to crop up in the workplaces of anxious and/or addiction-burdened individuals. Are you one of them? Maybe it’s time to consider counseling and/or rehab as a way to seek help.

Sources of Anxiety & Addiction

Your anxiety may be stemming from one or a combination of a number of factors including: stress, physical health, mental health and drug or alcohol addiction. Counseling can be a wonderfully effective method for realizing the source or sources of addiction – the first step to working towards health and life management.

Punctuality & Attendance

Anxiety in public places, fear of the possibility of poor performance, the inability to remain sober long enough to get to work on time and in the proper mindset… these are just some of the ways that anxiety and addiction can take hold and have detrimental effects on your career. Has fear, anxiety or drug and alcohol abuse been making you late to work? Have any of these factors caused you to start a pattern of leaving early or not showing up for work?

Your Relationships at Work

Have you suddenly found yourself isolated at work because of your behavioral or emotional changes or because of how your co-workers and supervisors suddenly act towards you? Have you been missing important work social functions or find that lately your invites have gotten “lost in the mail”? Truly analyze if these changes may have been a result of your problems with anxiety and addiction. It often seems to us that our private struggles are in fact private when they’re blatantly obvious to those around us – particularly to those we spend the most time with such as co-workers.

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Performance on the Job

Think about your work performance in recent months and openly and honestly assess how you’ve been doing. Do you lose focus and concentration easily because of thoughts of impending doom or dread? Do you have a hard time focusing on work because you are occupied with thoughts of getting home to continue consuming substances? Are you up all night occupied by your anxiety and addiction? Are these factors causing you to experience trouble sleeping? What is your relationship with your work clients like lately? Are you receiving negative feedback from superiors and co-workers on the job regarding your results?

If these issues and scenarios have begun to ring a bell, it’s time to regain control over your life. Reach out to a trusted rehab center today.

If you or a woman you love is having problems with drug abuse, alcohol dependency and mental illness, women’s drug rehab may be the answer.  Remember that recovery from addiction and alcohol abuse treatment means learning how to cope with intensely emotional situations, and identifying when you need help and support.  Treatment for addiction relapse, counseling, and aftercare can help you do this, so please call us today. Destination Hope: The Women’s Program is a full service addiction and women’s health treatment facility in Florida for women who suffer from substance abuse and behavioral health issues.

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