Dealing with addiction relapse can be a difficult and emotional experience. Here are some tips that may help:

Acknowledge and accept the relapse: It’s important to recognize that relapse is a normal part of the recovery process and doesn’t mean that the person has failed.

Reach out for support: Encourage the person to talk to their sponsor, attend support group meetings, or reach out to a therapist or counselor.

Evaluate the situation: Help the person identify triggers or stressors that may have contributed to the relapse and work together to come up with a plan to address them.

Reevaluate treatment options: If the person has already completed a treatment program, consider whether additional or alternative treatment options may be necessary.

Encourage self-care: Encourage the person to prioritize self-care, including getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, and engaging in regular exercise or physical activity.

Be patient and supportive: Recovery is a process, and it’s important to be patient and supportive as the person works to get back on track.