Ren in Family Addiction
April 27, 2020

Struggling with a Drug-Using Loved One? You Have to KNOW WHEN TO DRAW THE LINE

When you’re dealing with an addicted loved one, there comes a time you have to draw a line to stop enabling and to help them stop their addicted behavior. When is the right time? How do you do it?


Karen Hadley in Drug Addiction
February 9, 2020

Is it True When Drug Users Say, “I’m Only Hurting Myself”?

This is a line many families hear when they beg their addicted loved ones to accept their offer of rehab: “Leave me alone. I’m only hurting myself.” While every family member knows this not to be true, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to convince the drug user of this fact.


Ren in Drug prevention
January 24, 2020

Risky Behavior and Addiction – Knowing What to Watch Out For

Most experts agree that addiction is not limited by race, genetics, socio-economic backgrounds or level of education. They may be factors, but there is no one smoking gun that always equates to addiction among them. Except perhaps, the behavior of using substances as a solution to a problem.