What is co-addiction?
Co-addiction is much like co-dependency. Learn how to define and identify co-addiction here.
Addiction recovery: How can I express my gratitude?
Five ideas on how to express gratitude in addiction recovery. Plus, why gratitude is so important.
How families can help addicts
Families can help addicts by learning how to communicate better, setting boundaries, understanding the addict, planning an intervention, or seeking professional help. More tips for families of addicts here.
How to help your husband with drug addiction
Breaking the cycle of codependency opens the door to recovery from drug addiction. How can you help your husband? By addressing your own “issues” and becoming empowered to take action.
Am I codependent?
Seven questions you can ask yourself to find out if you are in a codependent relationship with an addict, or not.
How and why do parents enable?
In an effort to help a child overcome addiction, parents may begin enabling behavior. But how do parents enable? And why does enabling persist? We explore here.
How to stop enabling
You can stop enabling an addict and let them fact the consequences of their actions. How? 5 tips on how to stop enabling here.
Enabling behavior examples: Top 10
Enabling behaviors make it easier for addicts to continue to be addicted. Learn the Top 10 enabling behavior examples to prevent or stop enabling from happening.
Alcohol abuse in the family – What you can do?
Family alcohol abuse is a systemic problem. Learn what you can do to help your family and loved ones who abuse alcohol here.