Not sure if most are comfortable in their illness...some may have given into their weakness and have lost hope.Many are quite comfortable in their psychosis.
True....It becomes a habit.
Yes...Somethings are needed to get them out of their comfort zone
No One should be Shamed or Humiliated because they are suffering from an Illness.So, according to some of your beliefs, drug addicts shouldn't be shamed either?
Tough Love is not shaming....In both group and their sponsor "tough love" tactics are used. Moreover, they are required to have a discussion with everyone they have hurt during their addiction.
I think you are confusing Accountability with ShamingTough love = shame
Not sure if most are comfortable in their illness...some may have given into their weakness and have lost hope.
Shaming can only exasperate that feeling of helplessness...
Shaming can very easily lead to depression and suicidal ideation or worst a personality split (DID).
Help them to form new habits....interrupting the triggers and substituting with new healthy habit
Help them see that it is possible for them to achieve their goals....by provide information, accessibility to aids techniques and technology.
Most important support and mentorship.
No One should be Shamed or Humiliated because they are suffering from an Illness.
Tough Love is not shaming....
Learning the consequences and effects of your actions is not Shaming but Restorative - Healing
Tough love means not giving in or allowing someone you love to hurt themselves or self sabotage.
Tough love is kind but firm, honest without being belittling, supportive without being abusive.
Tough love in a word is about discipline(maintaining set boundaries and guidelines) instilling Self Responsibility.
I think you are confusing Accountability with Shaming
Accountability is holding someone Responsible for their Behaviour whilst Respecting them as a Person.