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Addiction and families: The desire for normalcy
When we look at the goals of loved one members, we know they want to find healthy ways to support the person in their lives with addiction.
Does addiction confuse you? You're not alone
There is great power in revealing the science and demystifying common beliefs about addiction.
Our legacy in Sioux Falls
We’ve been helping people impacted by addiction – including loved ones – for 10 years in Sioux Falls.
When it comes to addiction, embrace compassion
When it comes to helping someone who’s trying to alter their behavior, compassion is key.
Three tips for making a change around addiction
Reaching out for help is almost always difficult, whether it’s related to addiction or not. If you’d like to make a change, but you’re unsure where to start, you’re not alone.
Myths and facts about addiction in the workplace
Almost everything we think we know about addiction is wrong. There are many myths about the disease, including its prevalence and impact in workplaces.
Five lessons about addiction I’ve learned as a loved one
Here are the five takeaways we hear most often from the loved ones we coach.
Hitting rock bottom: A dangerous myth
Dave Jansa addresses some of the misconceptions surrounding abstinence and the harmful notion of "hitting rock bottom."
Frequently asked questions: Peer coaching
Learn more about our coach training, certification and privacy guidelines.
Helping your loved one takes patience, self-care
It’s understandable to want to do as much as possible to help the person you’re concerned about. However, it’s important to keep in mind that change takes time.
Your loved one’s addiction isn’t your fault
Loved ones trying to help someone with addiction face blame and guilt from nearly everywhere. Here’s why those feelings aren’t warranted.