1. List 5 people you can call the second you get an urge or craving to relapse.
2. What are 5 things you can think about to replace your thoughts when you get a craving? Read Philippians 4:8 and use that verse to help you develop your list of things to think on.
3. Begin journaling the events, thoughts, and feelings you experience during the day. Write down places, people and things you see that may tempt you to relapse. Be specific.
4. Write down 3 positive events or testimonies where you have seen God’s faithfulness in your life.
5. Write down 3 times you witnessed God’s wisdom in a practical way in your life.
6. Read, write and memorize Ephesians 5:18-21
7. Read Proverbs 23:29-35. How did you compare to this proverb when you were involved actively in your addiction?
8. Write out a prayer to God based upon Psalm 23 or another psalm. Insert your name into the passage of Scripture.
9. Read Psalm 139. What does this psalm tell you about God?
10. Read Psalm 1 and identify persons, situations, places, and things that compare with this psalm in your own personal life story.
11. Make a weekly plan to exercise and eat healthy, well-balanced meals and then implement it.
12. Make a plan and implement it to go to bed earlier and to wake up earlier each day.