An Intervention for Addiction | The Family’s Role

The main people that need to be part of the intervention are the ones who are enabling, the ones who are the codependents When you look at the addicts that we deal with, there is no way they could obtain or maintain this lifestyle without the family's help

They don't have jobs, yet they come up with money every day They couldn't afford a place to live, but yes, they have a comfortable place to stay They couldn't afford a vehicle, but yet they drive your car When families finally intervene, it's when they're exhausted and when they're at their bottom I had a family tell me not long ago who waited years and years to help their son, and she said when they finally made the call is when they just woke up one day, they were terrified, they were exhausted, and they said our way doesn't work anymore and we need help and we need to hand it over to somebody who knows what they're doing 'cause everything we have done has failed

By the time we get the call for drug addiction intervention families have, unfortunately, allowed it to get so much worse than it could otherwise be And that moment when the family finally surrenders and a family says we're sending the paperwork, it always begins with a sigh like they're done

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