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If you're like me, when addiction first started affecting your family some of your first thoughts may have gone something like this:
He/she needs to stop drinking/using.
I don't understand why he/she can't stop.
Recovery is for everyone. I’ve redefined recovery as something we all need because we all have something in our past that is the root cause of our habits, hurts, or hang-ups. I’m not an alcoholic or a drug addict, but I had idols in my life that replaced God.
When you hear the word “recovery”, what immediately comes to mind? A drug rehab, an alcoholic who needs it, or maybe you think of healing from an illness. All of those are true, however, there is much more to recovery.
Do you suspect someone close to you may have a drinking problem? Do you know the signs of alcoholism? Have you wondered if your husband may be an alcoholic but are not sure how to tell?
Are you in a relationship with an alcoholic? Have you tried everything you can think of to make him or her stop drinking and nothing has changed? I tried every trick in the book, thinking it would make the various alcoholics in my life change.
Living with an alcoholic is unbearable most days. The unpredictable moods, harsh words, lies, and risky behavior of the alcoholic can make for a chaotic life. If you are in the middle of the mess and are seeking help
When I first began a recovery program, I heard people talk about being codependent. I had no idea what in the world that phrase truly meant and didn't know if I would qualify as one or not.