It is challenging to assist a loved one who is suffering from any form of addiction. Many times, a heart-to-heart conversation could sometimes pave the way to make the person feel better and contribute to healing. However, when it comes to addiction, the individual frequently fails to perceive and admit the problem.
A more individualised and targeted strategy is commonly required. You may need to huddle together with others and launch a formal intervention. Seeking help from a counsellor is also helpful in many cases.
People suffering from addiction are often in denial about their predicament and are hesitant to seek therapy. They may be unaware of the detrimental consequences of their actions on themselves and others. An intervention allows your loved one to make adjustments before things worsen, which might drive them to seek or accept treatment.
You can have a quiet chat with one of our advisors today. Call 0330 175 7031 to know more about Steps Together’s treatments and options available to you.