I can teach you how to cope with a drug addict. I’ve helped tens of thousands of people all over the world, in situations just like yours, learn how to cope with alcoholics, pot smokers, prescription pill users, cocaine abusers, methamphetamine addicts or other types of substance abusers.
Does it feel like you are walking on eggshells most of the time when you are around the person abusing drugs? Are you tired of your drug addict husband, wife, child, friend, or coworker lying, stealing, breaking plans, arguing, and blaming you for all of their life’s problems?
Of course you are. If you are anything like me, you just want to end the pain and frustration that you are dealing with on a daily basis.
I know exactly what it’s like to love a spouse, child or friend with all of your heart and at the same time be so frustrated with them that you can’t stand being around them.
I can help you find a place of peace and serenity in your life again, while you are coping with an addict.
Since 1997, I’ve lead and participated in thousands of support group meetings designed to teach friends and family members of addicts coping skills. I’ve also been heavily involved in 12 step groups designed to teach alcoholics and addicts how to stay clean and sober. I’ve lived with alcoholics and addicts off and on for the past forty years. I’ve also had victory in my own life, as I had a personal battle with alcoholism and substance abuse.
You see, I’ve been on both sides of addiction. I know very well what it is like to be addicted to substances. I also know exactly what it is like being addicted to the substance abuser.
The “101 Quick Tips Guide For Coping With Drug Addicts” presents the best methods of detachment in an easy to understand, condensed form.
After Reading This Kindle Book on Coping With an Addict, You Will Know:
How to detach from the drug addict
How to set boundaries with the substance abuser
How to let go of the dysfunctional person and the insanity that surrounds them
How to get serenity in your life again and how to keep it
A Few Tips From This Kindle Book On Coping With a drug addict
1. Never have an argument with the addict. This is the number one rule.
2. Don’t waist your time confronting the addict’s habitual lies; they will only lie more if you do.
3. When they don’t come home and you don’t know where they are, DO NOT go searching for them. Take care of your own emotional well-being instead.
4. When you feel like calling them to check up on them, don’t. This is a part of detachment. You cannot control them.
5. When they leave mean phone messages, just delete them without listening to them. You will enjoy more peace by doing so.
Are you exhausted from trying to convince your spouse, child, friend, or coworker that they need to get help for their addiction problems?
Are you tired of focusing all of your attention on the drug addict in your life? Does it seem like you are obsessing over the person who is abusing alcohol, marijuana, prescription pills, crystal meth, cocaine, or some other substance twenty four hours per day?
I promise, if you will follow my suggestions for coping with an addict that you will begin to:
1) Start enjoying your life again
2) Enjoy greater levels of peace in your life
3) Not argue and fight with the addict as much
5) Be grateful that you read the book
6) Set boundaries
7) Stop being an enabler
8) Let go of situations that are not in your control
9) Express your love to the addict, rather than your frustrations
10) Experience renewed hope
These lessons will help you in coping with:
An addict husband or wife
An addict son or daughter
An addict friend
An addict family member