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Family First Intervention
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Family First Intervention was created to set a higher standard of the intervention process and procedures and ensure a successful outcome.
Family First Intervention was created to set a higher standard of the intervention process and procedures and ensure a successful outcome.

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Are you in a codependent relationship? The image above displays some warning signs that you might be in a codependent relationship. Another key takeaway is when your sense of purpose in life wraps around making extreme sacrifices to satisfy your partner's needs. Want to learn more about the warning signs of how you might be codependent? Visit our site now to learn more: http://gplus.link/ipebs
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Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live in.
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For many, trying to seek help from an addiction gives you feelings of shame and guilt, but remember that your addiction is a disease. Recognizing you have a problem is one of the biggest steps, the second biggest is deciding to get help. If you're afraid to ask for help, try reaching out to friends or family members and let them know what you're fighting. You're never alone in the battle.
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It's time to stop enabling.
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At FFI, we work with the family to help identify what needs to change to help your loved one seek treatment. Our intervention counselors will help you understand your loved one's behaviors and how those behaviors are holding you emotionally hostage while the abuser becomes a professional victim in order to continue with the addiction and avoid seeking treatment. To learn more about our intervention program, give us a call now: (877)-334-5468.
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In order to begin the healing process, you have to slow down. Take the time to heal and understand that stillness leads to peace within yourself. #Truth #Healing
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Time for another #MondaysWithMike video! Today we're talking about how an intervention is a process that ultimately provides closure for the family knowing that they did everything they could to save their loved one's life. It's up to your loved one to get the help they need, the family and individuals can only do so much. Watch more: http://gplus.link/iivbx

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“My son, Ronald, experimented and abused a variety of drugs and alcohol, starting around the time he was around 13 years old. By the time he was about 19 he became addicted to heroin. Despite all of this, I loved my son and tried to “help" in numerous ways. I paid for fines, car towing charges, car repairs, fixed tires, hired attorneys to defend him and bail money to get him out of jail. None of the financial or other support worked to achieve the goals I had, which were to get him off drugs and give him a normal life. I came to learn that in reality, I was addicted (“co-dependent"). The interesting thing is that Ronald did not even begin trying to clean up his life until I decided to cut him off financially and stop “helping". My son eventually got sober on July 17, 2012, after his second stint in a rehab in Northeast Ohio." - Harry http://gplus.link/ihzpc

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Words to live by. #Truth #RealTalk
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Do you know when it's time for your loved one to get an intervention? It's not always easy to assess, but by taking this short quiz will help you decide if NOW is the right time to get your loved one to seek the treatment they so desperately need. http://gplus.link/ifk4h
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