Living with a person who is addicted to alcohol or drugs is a lonely, terrifying experience. Often, when the person is “high functioning” and manages to have a job, home, family, family members and other loved ones feel crazy…they wonder if it’s really “that bad.”
You’ve tried various ways to get them to stop. Maybe you’ve tried to limit access to money, tried hiding the alcohol or stash, deleted phone numbers, called other family members, yelled, threatened to leave. You’ve lost sleep wondering if they love you (and the kids) why won’t they stop?
I can help you understand what’s going on, make good decisions about responding to your loved one, and will be there alongside you as you begin to reclaim your life back from the quagmire of someone else’s addiction.