Are you a spouse, friend or family member of a significant other in your life who is chemically dependent on alcohol and/or drugs? If so, I care about you and and your dilemma. I want to share new information with you which will assist you in getting off the "merry-go-round" of co-addiction. You will find that getting this new information will energize you and give you the direction for the help that you seek. As author of "It's Okay To Be Dumbfounded, Just Don't Stay That Way! From Co-Addiction, Addiction, to Recovery-I can testify to the fact that if you are willing to do whatever it takes to live a healthy life free from addiction, it is possible whether or not your loved one joins you in your quest. With open-mindedness, friendship and an uplifting message, Co-Addiction Free promises to be a home base for you to start your search for the new information that will energize you and give you the direction for the help that you seek.
Included at Co-Addiction Free are many resources from which you can glean information about the disease of co-addiction, addiction and recovery.
Since "knowledge is power" you will learn that you are not alone in your struggle and that support is there for you as you explore the resources to you. Most of all, you will come to understand that finding accurate information is key. You may be struggling with finding an answer of what to do to help the significant other in your life who is chemically dependent on alcohol or drugs. But, first and foremost, you may be wondering just what to do about yourself, your family and your life. There is new information out there to assist you in your quest.
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