HOW TO DO AN INTERVENTION
It’s extremely common for an addicted person to refuse offers of rehab. So how can you save their life? By approaching this challenge in the right way, it is possible to get them to say “Yes.”
No matter the time of year, only one certain time is best to do an intervention. That time is as soon as possible.
Although doing an intervention can be highly stressful it is oftentimes the very thing that saves an addict’s life.
It is better to have a loved one be mad at you for confronting them about their addiction than never to say anything and sit by as they destroy themselves.
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?
Most of us who know anything about addiction or who have seen this crippling affliction first hand have also heard the term “intervention” tossed around. Intervention is a broad term, with multiple definitions and applications in several fields.