A website for those who have loved ones struggling with
alcoholism and other addictions.



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DAILY READINGS

Daily readings to help you through the challenges of loving someone who struggles with alcoholism and addiction.

It is easy to let anxiety consume every waking moment when we live with an active addict. I felt a false sense of control and became anxious when I thought the addict in my life was going to use.

Why was “live and let live” such a hard concept to wrap my mind around? By educating myself, I can now see that when I am dealing with the disease of alcoholism, I feel an urgency to fix everything that goes wrong in my addicted love ones life, and to help him with his daily […]

Addiction is like a chain reaction. It is a disease that affects the user and their family members, friends and coworkers. I tried to control, cover-up, and take on the responsibilities for the addict. The addict‘s illness affects me because I care for her and love her.


TEEN ADDICTION

Articles about Teen Addiction and Help through a guide and “How To’s“

Discovering that your teen son or daughter could be using drugs stirs up a lot of emotion. The best way to find out what’s going on, and to begin helping, is to start talking.

 If you’ve just discovered or have reason to believe your child is using drugs, the first thing to do is sit down and take a deep breath. We know it’s a scary time, but you’re in the right place. Prepare to Take Action if You Suspect Teen Drug Use.


LATEST NEWS

Read the latest news regarding alcoholism and addictions.

The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday ordered a mandatory recall of a Las Vegas company’s powdered kratom products because salmonella was found in the herbal supplement.

Combatting the Opioid Overdose Epidemic CDC is committed to fighting the opioid overdose epidemic and supporting states and communities as they continue work to identify outbreaks, collect data, and respond to overdoses, and provide care to those in their communities. CDC’s Prevention for States and Data-Driven Prevention Initiative programmatic aims center around the enhancement of […]

In 2016, nearly 35 out of every 100,000 people between the ages of 25 and 34 died of a drug overdose, according to the CDC. These figures include all drug overdose deaths, not just those from opioids.

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