The 8 Stages to Recovery
In addiction, there is one very important factor. That is to admit there is a problem before real recovery can begin.
The first stage is vital and one of the most important stages in the program. In this stage, one must accept defeat and admit that this addiction is beyond your control and then with this admission comes the realisation that “your” way of doing things is just not working. You realise that you do need external help to recover and achieve true and authentic sobriety.
24/7 Support on Forums
The forums are a safe space for people to share their experience with each other. It is a place where you can share your struggles and difficulties with this addiction and get help, monitoring and support.
You can be yourself and find acceptance here with us. We hope you feel comfortable in starting your journey of recovery, healing and a new healthy way of life.
In the forums we have laid out the 8 Stages with a board dedicated for each Stage. This is where you can get started and ask questions whilst working the program. We will be there to answer your questions and help you on the road to recovery in sha Allah. You can also start threads on other subjects and get advice on them. The forums are a place where you will be able to build a network of recovery.
Option to Join Coaching
Coaching is for those individuals who want to work the program intensively. With coaching i will personally go through the eight stages with you and give you the direct guidance, monitoring and support needed.
On each call i will go through a stage with you and then give you an assignment to complete. You would have to send that assignment to me via email and we can go through it together making sure you are ready to move on to the next stage.
Coaching will boost your recovery as you would be able to talk directly to me. I will make sure you go through the whole program and where needed, will give you the advice, motivation and guidance necessary.
The program helped me see life from a different perspective. I realised the problem was not out there but was in here, between my two ears
Br. Abdul Ahad, My Tazkiyah member