If you are in a relationship with an addict (or are an addict yourself) and children are involved, you may need to deal with consequences into the next generation. Six (6) things you can do for a child living in an addicted home here.
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When a person supports, enables, becomes addicted to, and/or loves an addict, they are making a choice on a subconscious level. They are choosing to invest their life and well-being into someone else’s. This is where co-addiction meets codependency. More here.
Need some help through the holidays? You’re not alone. Here we offer you 7 spiritual tips for staying sane (and sober) through the holidays. For people in recovery…and beyond!
How can you get out of a co-addictive relationship? More on how to change your thought processes and change your life here.
How can you prepare for the Holidays? Learn how to break into new possiblities and create a new life for yourself with your family. More from author and recovery icon, Dr. Howard Samuels, here.
Insanity can follow us into addiction recovery. How can you start to reverse thins kind of thinking. Five (5) practical keys to changing your life here.
Are you a co-addict? Read on to learn about enabling and co-addiction here.
When you live with an addict, you must focus on the positive. More on co-addiction and how positivity precipitates positivity here.
How can you start to understand loss of control in codependency? Author Amanda Andruzzi provides us with insight here.
Co-addiction is much like co-dependency. Learn how to define and identify co-addiction here.