How can you get out of a toxic relationship? By concentrating on your future happiness. More here…from someone who’s been in your shoes.
Questions to help guide you in identifying addiction in a spouse or partner.
If your family is affected by addiction, who can you turn to for help? I’ve been there…and I share my real life suggestions for getting help for families of addicts here.
Al-Anon just doesn’t work for everyone who is close to an addict or alcoholic. What are some alternatives? We explore here.
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.
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.
How can you get out of a co-addictive relationship? More on how to change your thought processes and change your life here.
Are you a co-addict? Read on to learn about enabling and co-addiction here.
The wrong food choices can increase your state of anxiety, stress and inability to sleep and function. In addition to caffeine and sugar, what food should you avoid in addiction recovery? We explore here.
How can you know if you are married to an addict, or not? Some signs that you’ve married an addict here.