First, you have to admit you have a problem. Then, how can you process and be honest about how your life has spun out of control? Taking A.A.’s Step 1. More explained here.
Learn about the new kind of intervention process that really works from experts who study and practice it. More here.
Depression and anxiety are two common mental health disorders experienced by those close to an active addict, especially if the addicted person is denying their problem. What can you do when in such situation? Learn here.
A review of the kinds of ways people try to avoid treating alcohol addiction with psychotherapy. Is there a quick fix for addiction? No. More here.
How can you stay calm in an alcoholic home? Three (3) practical strategies for bringing peace into your life here.
Three (3) tips to help get you through self-doubt when leaving an addict…and why you’ll be better off in the long run.
More here on what you should expect, be aware of, and understand about addiction recovery. Then, a section for your questions at the end.
What do you when an addict or alcohol you love is facing life on the streets? 3 tips for a crisis here.
For those of us who love addicts, letting go can be terrifying. But life can be so much more! Read on for encouragement when getting out a codependent relationship with an addict (from someone who’s been there). Then, your questions are welcomed at the end.
Five (5) ways to get help for alcohol problems include therapy via psychotherapists, support groups, self-assessment, treatment centers, and family therapy. More here.