Getting checked in Rehab proves that you have the courage to take care of own self Rehab is a place where addiction to alcohol, drug and substance abuse usually lands people. Getting checked in Drug Rehabilitation centers that have increased in number in America as a result of the increase in the number of cases and patients needing support is not something that addicts understand they need. It is usually viewed as someone who needs help and requires the assistance rendered by strangers. This view is usually more common in people who’ve not just lost control on their addiction but have also had their sensitivity towards self enhanced. In most cases, it so happens that patients may not admit requiring rehab until an incident that exposes their folly of believing in their self-sufficiency occurs. This usually takes them down and out and ultimately into rehab. However, those out there who still are under an impression that they are essentially independent and can survive with their addictions then this can be considered a call for them. It is essential to understand that the human body is after all an organism, a complex one albeit, that has its own limitation. Recognizing one’s physical and emotional limitations does one the good of understanding that we, at some point of time need others help and support. This is not dependence but interdependence. It is this form of support and assistance that people usually find in Rehab where support for understanding one’s body, its limitations while undergoing a comprehensive medical treatment is made available. Checking into rehab does not say that the person doing so needs help but rather it echoes the courage of the person who ahs willfully recognized that he or she understands the importance of human and community support and is willing to accept what is at offer giving others a chance to better understand him or herself. A rehabilitation center isn’t a place where help is offered but rather it is a place where help is shared. Your role once you’ve checked out is to recognize the importance of such centers in America and why Americans need them and spreading this to those who need to experience a bit of interdependence.