Overcoming Early Life Trauma, Three Decades of Substance-Use-Disorder of Family Members, and Creating a New and Fulfilling Life - Unknown Artist
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Please find insight, inspiration and compassion for yourself and loved one as you listen to my family story, my personal journey as a family member who went through 3 decades of struggling with Substance-Use-Disorder, having two of three daughters addicted to heroin and other drugs, lost my brother to IV drug use, was married and divorced to men who suffered from addiction and now find so much joy in recovery and helping other parents and family members become their loved ones best chance at recovery and find their joy again!

August 30, 2017

Communication techniques greatly influence the outcome we have with our loved ones! Check out this outstanding article on Being Heard:
Mental and Verbal Strategies for Getting Your Point Across! 
https://www.judyringer.com/perch/resources/being-heard.pdf

August 17, 2017

Families United helps parents and families learn and practice solution focussed and supportive methods for motivating their loved one to reduce and stop using drugs or alcohol. At the same time family members learn to live a fulfilling life, not centered on their loved...

August 13, 2017

https://youtu.be/8pI2xIfRViY

Helping your loved one by gaining connection with them even while they're still using, positions you to gain influence with them and that allows you to become their best chance for choosing treatment and sustaining long term recovery. Studie...

August 6, 2017

Helping your loved one by gaining connection with them even while they're still using, positions you to gain influence with them and that allows you to become their best chance for choosing treatment and sustaining long term recovery. Studies show when the family gets...

August 4, 2017

If you love someone and want to be their best chance for recovery please see this testimonial from mother working with Andrea Arlington, Family Recovery and Relationship Coach, and Founder of Families United for Recovery. Please visit www.familiesunitedforrecovery.com...