HELPING YOUR LOVED ONE
Addiction does not happen overnight. Usually, there is a dwindling spiral aspect to it, where-in one begins to gradually lose control over their use of mind-altering substances. While most intervention approaches have historically focused on people who are already addicted to drugs or alcohol, it would be wise for family members to intervene with loved ones who are not yet addicted but who are headed in that direction.
If you have a loved one currently seeking addiction treatment or about to go to rehab, some things can help make their stay a better experience.
Although doing an intervention can be highly stressful it is oftentimes the very thing that saves an addict’s life.