The addicted brain protects its continuous supply of the substance(s) it has come to rely on to function. It does this by engulfing the addicted person in denial. There’s no doubt that someone preparing to enter treatment will have doubts and hesitations. Although this can make it difficult to enter treatment, remember what made you decide to enter treatment in the first place.
Next, evaluate each part of your life: work, home, friends, family, finances, et cetera. Tie up loose ends and spend time with your support system. Pack your bags and learn what you should take with you and get ready for a life-changing experience. Also, learn what you should not take to rehab. Take care to leave things that could be triggers or distractions at home.