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 I’ve learned as a loved one
Here are the five takeaways we hear most often from the loved ones we coach.
Frequently asked questions: Peer coaching
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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.
Meet our new Denver coaches
Our new Denver coaches share why they got involved with Face It TOGETHER.
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.
Afraid to get help for addiction? It’s totally normal
No matter the stage of your wellness journey, fear of change can serve as a powerful barrier to progress.
Five surprising truths about addiction treatment
Five of the most common truths about treatment that have helped de-mystify the process for our members.
Second-hand effects of addiction for loved ones
It’s not unusual for concerned loved ones to underestimate the impact of addiction on their own health and wellbeing.
The not-so-obvious signs of addiction
When it comes to spotting addiction, most people focus on the over-use of alcohol or another drug. But substance use is just one sign of this complex disease.
Six lessons about recurrence (or relapse)
Shame – or guilt – often sets in when you or a loved one suffer a setback. Understanding what it means can help you manage what comes next.