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5 Mantras for Dealing with Difficult People and Tense Situations
Repeat these calming refrains during tough moments with tough people. Developed by the author of Habit Changers, they can help you sidestep conflict and feel better about the whole interaction.
12 Characteristics of a healthy relationship
Dating in addiction recovery: Should you or shouldn’t you?
Are you getting all hyped up about #ValentinesDay and are in addiction recovery? Is healthy dating in addiction recovery possible? Read what Justin Bagnato shares about SomebodySober.com - a dating site tailor made for addicts made by a recovering alcoholic and addict to decide whether you should check it out. “a” is for addiction | Addiction Blog
Addiction isn’t a solitary illness. This means that even though only one member of the family may have an addiction, each other member is affected by it. In this infographic by Change to Change, we…
A must-read EBOOK to help you navigate new and old #relationships in early #addiction #recovery. We reshare it in light of #ValentinesDay and hope to help those who are in need of guidance and support. Download is FREE! So, why wait? “a” is for addiction | Addiction Blog
Living with #alcoholics or coming from an alcoholic #family doesn’t have to mean you should stay comfortable with chaos, stress, and insanity. If you live in an alcoholic home or plan to visit the family home in the near future, these strategies can help you bring a little more calm to your own life regardless of what is going on around you! “a” is for addiction | Addiction Blog
How to love an addict without enabling
If our loved ones have any chance of #addictionrecovery, we must get out of their way and let them take responsibility for their behavior. Enabling is not helping! No amount of nagging, preaching, begging, or threatening, will work. Here is how you can help an #addicted loved one without #enabling. “a” is for addiction | Addiction Blog
When Is It Time to Leave Your Addicted Partner? -
Is it time to leave your addicted partner? #addiction #family #marriage