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Denial is a brutal enemy in drug addiction, because it does not allow us to confront the problem.  When an addict is in denial, no amount of evidence regarding the addiction can make any difference. If an addict's relationships have been severely damaged and they have lost their job because of their addiction, and they are the only person that cannot see this, that is denial.  In denial, the addict believes that they can handle their addiction, and that they can quit on their own if they want to. Denial robs an individual of the opportunity to receive help and be free from their drug addiction. When an individual is in denial, they will minimize their drug use to make it appear to be more acceptable, which is the classic behavior of an addict. An individual in denial copes by avoiding the truth, strongly defending their innocence. In doing this repetitively, and addict might convince themselves that they truly do not have a drug problem.

Denial robs an individual of the opportunity to receive help and be free from their drug addiction. Denial can help an addict to avoid the fact that an addiction controls their life. Denial allows an addict to pretend that their addiction is not causing destruction. Denial causes extreme frustration for the families and loved ones of the addict. Many times, when loved ones make the decision to detach from the addict, and refuse to watch them die from their addiction, the addict may accept help. When an addict agrees to go into treatment, even if they are not completely out of denial regarding the extent of their drug addiction, the can began to heal. In drug rehab, an addict can gently go through the process of letting their guard down and facing the truth about their drug addiction. Overcoming denial leads to restoration, and is the only way to break free from the prison of drug addiction.

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