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How much time have you already spent worrying, instead of doing something you love? #Selfcare is not an indulgence.
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Know the ABCs of your loved one's use. You are the expert on your loved one. You know them best. That is why this approach WORKS.
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The ABCs of your loved one's use. If you can recognize Behavior that indicates your loved one is using, you will be able to step away and not enable.
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Learn to recognize the ABCs of your loved one's use & write them down. As you focus on what's important, in time, a more complete picture of their use will emerge.
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Before you attempt to change how you interact with your loved one, you need to build a practiced eye and become aware of patterns in their behavior. This exercise helps you develop a game plan to guide your words and actions.
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When addiction is present, shame is a force that shows up all over. Your addicted loved one may well be caught in a cycle of shame related to their addiction and the lows they have known. But you, the family, may also be experiencing your own brand of shame.
How can you let go of it?
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Are you struggling with an addicted loved one & don't know where to turn?
Ask our team of experts at #AlliesinRecovery.
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Are you tired of fighting and worrying about your loved one’s #addiction problems?
Join #AlliesinRecovery today!
For 7$/month you have access to an online-learning platform specifically designed for families whose loved one struggles with drugs or alcohol. We provide community, personalized guidance, and a scientifically-proven program to give you the skill-set you’ll need to help your loved one.
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"As he reached 100 days in recovery we were pleased, exhausted, anxious, proud of him, worried & impatient for more, all at once."
While the emotions are complicated, and your role in supporting your loved one's recovery is a very difficult one, #recovery is possible.
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Are you able to recognize the red flags that signal things are heating up? If so, it's time to back away from your loved one. Here are some techniques to help de-escalate the situation.
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