No, an active addict is not capable of a loving relationship. A frank look at how addicts and co-addicts partner together to mirror childhood trauma. And a call to action for those who are stuck in codependency.
How can you learn to live again after leaving an addict. One woman has lived to tell the tale and guide others to a more fulfilling and free life. More here.
If someone that you love is in active addiction, what do you do? An explanation of three (3) behaviors to avoid here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Are you a friend or family member worried about a drug user? If so, it’s high time to put your focus on you… and learn to live! Read more about how you can start and why you should check out a new book by Carina Bang to guide your way. More here.
Codependency describes someone who becomes the “caretaker” of an addicted or troubled person. But, is codependency treatable? What are the signs of codependency? Find out all you need to know in this interview with expert Marriage and Family Psychotherapist, Darlene Lancer. More here.
What do you when an addict or alcohol you love is facing life on the streets? 3 tips for a crisis here.
Addiction does not stop with the addict. It impacts the entire family. Suggestions on how your family can heal after addiction here.
If you are living with an addicted spouse or partner, what does it take to leave? A guide on how to address the fear and let go of an addict (for good) here.
A brief review for those looking to identify signs of a codependent marriage here.
“I didn’t cause it, can’t control it, and can’t cure it.” How can you employ the three C’s of recovery into your every day life? How to use the tools of codependence recovery here.