18e -Strengths, Needs, Attitudes, Preferences and Temperament in the Recovery Process

In part 2 of 5 we examine the temperament dimensions Judging (structured) and Perceiving (spontaneous) discuss their strengths in the recovery process and in relationships as well as the hurdles they need to be aware of.

18d -Strengths, Needs, Attitudes, Preferences and Temperament in the Recovery Process

In part 4 of 5 we examine the temperament dimensions Thinking (Rules-oriented) and Feeling (community oriented), discuss their strengths in the recovery process and in relationships as well as the hurdles they need to be aware of.

18b -Strengths, Needs, Attitudes, Preferences and Temperament in the Recovery Process

In part 2 of 5 we examine the temperament dimensions Extrovert and Introvert, discuss their strengths in the recovery process and in relationships as well as the hurdles they need to be aware of.

18a -Strengths, Needs, Attitudes, Preferences and Temperament in the Recovery Process

Knowing your strengths, needs, attitudes and preferences (SNAP) can help you choose a treatment program or intervention and manage your stress in ways that work with your natural tendencies. Many people experience unnecessary distress because they try to fit into environments that go against their grain. With some creativity, you can probably figure out ways to adapt situations to be more aligned with what you need.