Where Does Trust Fit Into Recovery?

Sometimes, the most difficult people to trust are those we love. If you have a family member who’s recently needed treatment for a Substance Use Disorder, it can be particularly difficult to trust their commitment to stay sober. Earlier broken promises to "stop using," and memories of other chemical-driven betrayals, may keep playing in your head. Innocent Until Proven Guilty Sadly, the risk of relapse is real: about half of...

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Relationships that Support Your Recovery

"Connectedness" – it’s a basic human desire. People need to feel connected to thrive in life. That connection can be to a family, a team, a group, a cause, a goal – it almost doesn’t matter who the connection is to, as long as it’s a healthy connection. And I’ve never seen a group that thrives on connectedness like those in recovery. Support groups provide accountability, share coping tips, and...

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Parents with Alcohol Addicted Children

Is there anything you can do when your adult child drinks too much? Parents who think their young adult children are problem drinkers are in a difficult place. First, they generally don’t want to believe their child has a serious problem. Secondly, by the time they realize they should reach out for help, most parents have already gone through many cycles of “crisis-rescue-new crisis” with their children. If the parents...

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