How can you live with an addict and plan for change? A practical exercise to create a path for a positive future, whatever that future may hold.
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.
Is the addiction of a family member or a partner occupying your life? Snap out of co-dependent worry, fear and anxiety and get back into awareness. Here is how!
When your spouse is addicted, what are the signs that you’re ready for action? More here on the internal process of coping with an addict spouse (from someone who’s been there).
Faced with the difficult decision to kick your child out of the home for drug or alcohol abuse? You might not need to go that far. A look at ALL your options here.
How can we become “addicted”…even to behaviors? Expert in behavioral compulsions, Dr. Gregory Jantz, explains the basics of the neuroscience here.
Do you jump from one bad relationship to another? Do you stay in unhealthy relationships just so you wouldn’t have to be alone? Is there a way out? We review this book to help you see the patterns of relationship dependency, 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.
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.