Effect of alcoholism on children
Alcoholism affects children and family units to the point of dysfunction, resentment and lifelong “issues”. More here on alcoholism effects on children and family systems, plus a section at the end for your comments and feedback.
Family support for drug addicts – How to support an addict in recovery
Family can support drug addicts in recovery. Mainly through encouragement and interest. Tips for family support for drug addicts here.
Sober relationships in early sobriety
How long should I wait to start a relationship after getting sober? When you connect with self and a Higher Power, you are ready for interpersonal relationships. More sober relationship advice here.
Admitting drinking to an AA sponsor
Fear, anger, and shame are all a part of the cycle of addiction. But you are not alone. Should you admit a drinking episode to a sponsor? What can you expect? More on admitting drinking to an AA sponsor here.
How to find an AA sponsor (10 tips)
Finding a sponsor is one of the most important steps on the road to recovery. 10 tips on how to find an AA sponsor, plus finding the right sponsor for you and ideas maybe you didn’t think of yet.
How to establish respect in relationships after drug or alcohol addiction
How do you establish respect in relationships after active addiction has ceased? Three (3) steps to getting your relationship back on track here.
How to overcome codependency in relationships
Learn how to overcome codependency in relationships by shifting your spiritual basis of understanding. Rabbi Taub teaches us the basics of recovery from codependency in this short excerpt from his book, “God of Our Understanding”.
Binge drinking and the effects of alcoholism on the family
The effects of alcoholism on the family can seem obvious. So what should you do if you are the spouse or child of a binge drinker? More here.
Codependent relationships with an addict or alcoholic
Codependent relationships are actually not relationships at all. Learn more about how living in codependency with an alcoholic or addict inhibits your ability to connect intimately, and evaluate potential signs of codependent behavior here.
What is co-dependent?
We have heard that addiction is a “family disease”. But what is a codependent? And what does it mean to be co-dependent? We present introductory ideas of what is means to be addicted to an addict here, and why it is important to seek recovery for co-dependency.