Are you afraid of talking with your siblings about their addiction? Do you suspect the situation can become even more complicated? Read more on how to plan for the discussion…and what to avoid.
Talking about addiction can be really hard … or incredibly freeing! We speak with AfterParty podcast host Anna David about this very issue. Do’s and Don’ts, suggestions and ideas, pluses and minuses about how far to go when talking about your own addiction recovery. More here.
A brief guide with tips for educating your daughter about the negative effects of drug use and addiction here.
Five (5) principles to follow as you prepare to talk with your family about your addiction recovery. With a section for your questions at the end.
A guide for how to talk with kids (or teenagers) about drug addiction. Your questions or stories are welcomed at the end.
A list of resources for where to go for help, plus a full explanation of how Suboxone addiction occurs in the first place. Learn the signs and symptoms…and how to address them. More here.
A look at some recent research into the connection between autism and addiction. Plus, a look into sensory-based treatments that might just help our clients in suprising and wonderful ways.
When carisoprodol is making you into someone you are not, medical treatment can get you back on track. Learn how to identify the best type of rehab…one that answers your specific needs. More here.
Resent statistics on alcohol abuse. Plus, learn how to recognize when drinking becomes a problem.
Addiction is difficult to address. Sometimes, families try to intervene on their own…to no avail. Often, professional help is required. Dr. Louse Stanger has created a strategy to help professionals get loved ones into treatment. What are the basic tenets of the strategy? She helps provide insight here.