The road to full recovery is hard enough. Therefore, adding COVID-19 to the mix is like fueling an already burning fire. To put it simply, it will not be the easiest time.
However, the hope for tomorrow is still bright. Throughout all of history, nations and countries, including ours, have come face to face with extremely difficult challenges. As a result, we have grown stronger individually and as a community network.
Similar to the bodies of people, single individual bodies are just as resilient. The human body, as well as the soul within, is capable of withstanding the harshest trials.
We are stronger than we give ourselves credit for. We dispel anger in honor of forgiveness, choose to help when there is nothing in it for us, and empathize with those in suffering. Although we might be divided, the human spirit remains alive.
There is, in fact, a big change coming. Remarkably, there is currently more understanding of addiction and the recovery process than ever before. Moreover, the amount of people wanting to help is increasing every day. Every day, more people are understanding the intricacies of addiction.
In conclusion, there is no reason to worry about if a relapse will happen, but if there is help. Most importantly, we need to remember the help available to us at all times if we choose to ask.