Stages of Relapse
True or False
Triggers
Relapse Prevention
MISC
100

The Three Stages of Relapse 

Emotional, Mental, & Physical 

100

Signs of emotional relapse are also the symptoms of PAWS

True 

100

Self-care is vital in avoiding this stage of relapse. 

emotional relapse 

100

What 3 things should you avoid to help prevent relapse?

people, places, things

100

True or False: A relapse prevention plan should not be revised and re-evaluated 

False. A relapse prevention plan should be continually looked at and re-evaluated to ensure that it fits current feelings, situations, etc. 

200

The act of using alcohol or another drug 

Physical Relapse 

200

Relapse prevention involves focusing on the early stages when it's still easier to do something

True 

200

Gives you too much time to be with your own thoughts

isolation and boredom

200

Talking to someone, learning to ask for help, practicing honesty can be examples of?

Relapse prevention skill or coping skill 

200

It is referred to as an inability to maintain behavior change over time.

Relapse

300

Fantasizing about using, lying, looking for opportunities to use

Mental Relapse

300

The key to relapse prevention is to understand that it happens gradually

True

300

To maintain your sobriety, you need to be able to recognize and identify this

internal (emotional) and  physical (external) triggers

300

In order to create new ___  ____.  You may need to find new ways to celebrate, have fun, new plans for how to spend your evenings, etc.

Healthy Routine 

300

Distract yourself, talk to someone, learn to ask for help, practice honesty

Important skills for relapse prevention 

400

There is a war going on in your mind, part of you wants to use, but part of you doesn't.

Mental Relapse 

400

 Relapse prevention involves saying no just before you are about to use.

False. Saying "no" is the final and most difficult stage to stop, which is why people relapse.

400

These types of Triggers focus on depression, Anxiety, anger and other emotions

Internal Triggers

400

A____ is always necessary for an individual to take control of their future sobriety and avoid future relapse. 

Relapse Prevention Plan 

400

Glamorizing your past use is an example of what kind of relapse?

Mental 

500

Beginning to isolate, become complacent, avoiding own problems or emotions are an example of what kind of relapse 

Emotional Relapse 

500

Bargaining, lying, seeing old friends and minimizing the consequences are a part of physical relapse.

False (mental relapse)

500

A reluctance in connecting with your support system or reaching out for help.

Isolation 
500

Name the 5 key things in a relapse prevention plan.

1. Take time for self-assessment and reflection


2. Recognize triggers and warning signs


3. Plan for the worst


4. Involve others


5. Set goals for a healthy lifestyle

500

You should "H.A.L.T." when you feel triggered, and check for these feelings.

Hunger, anger, loneliness, and tiredness 

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