If you have a loved one dealing with addiction—you are not alone! I understand the heartache, distorted thinking, and wreckage that surround addiction. I have experienced firsthand the overwhelming sense of heaviness and loss that occur: the absence of the person you once knew, the lack of any sense of normalcy, and the fear – I have experienced the dreadful fear – that I might get the call saying my son was dead or would be going to prison.
There is a better way to handle the chaos of addiction. Things can and do get better. There is hope and healing for your future.