Sometimes, we just need a little bit of love to get us through life’s biggest problems, and the same can be said for drug addicts and alcoholics. Even when the going gets tough, some encouragement and inspiration from loved ones can be enough to get people through the day. Even followers on social media portals like Instagram and Twitter can reach out to show support. Just ask actor Dax Shepard, whose heartwarming tweet about his 12th year of sobriety (in 2016) is nothing short of heartwarming. Thanking his wife Kristen Bell and his children, Shepard confessed that he finally has self-esteem. Perhaps each of us can learn something from this quirky, lovable actor. Let’s take a closer look at Dax Shepard’s inspiring sobriety celebration.

The Power of Tweets

A LOOK AT DAX SHEPARD’S HEARTWARMING SOBRIETY CELEBRATION ON TWITTERBack in 2016, Dax Shepard posted an adorable and heartwarming tweet that thanked his wife and children for inspiring him to stay sober and expressed his pride at maintaining self-esteem (for the first time in a long time). As of 2016, Shepard celebrated 12 years of sobriety, and (with hope) will celebrate many more to come. As we have seen in many cases, hard work and love can go hand-in-hand, and it takes a lot of courage to open up about sobriety on social media.

Inspiring Millions to Rehab

However, as you may have guessed, Shepard is not the first celebrity to tweet about his sobriety, but his message is still a prime example of how a single message can inspire thousands (if not millions) of people. In 2015, the “Socially Sober” study (issued by Recovery.org) assessed about 79,000 Instagram posts and discovered that #soberlife and other hashtags are becoming more popular, encouraging more people to pursue their goals for rehabilitation.

Seeking Treatment for Drug Abuse or Addiction

As much as we do not like to admit it, drug addiction and alcoholism are not going anywhere anytime soon, but the good news is that you can easily find a way to overcome these illnesses. Even for the people who have formed a seemingly incurable attachment to dangerous stimulants or opioids, recovery is easy to complete (with the right tools and a little bit of courage). Sometimes, though, we all need a little help from our friends and family.

If you, a friend, or loved one is suffering from a severe case of drug abuse or addiction, get in touch with Asana Recovery today. Our professional team of counselors and healthcare experts will help you endure the painful process detox and withdrawal and guide you through each step of the rehabilitation process to help you separate yourself from these substances. The time to take back control of your life is now.

If you want to find out more about our residential treatment or supervised detoxification/withdrawal programs or enroll in one of these programs today, we are ready and waiting to speak with you at your leisure and your disclosure. Call Asana now at (949) 438-4504 to learn about how you can overcome your attachment to drugs today.