Addiction comes in many forms, some more subtle than others. It can feel as though it’s consuming your life and relationships. Whether you’re just becoming aware of a potential problem, or battling an established addiction or in the stages of recovery, support for you and your loved ones along the way can help the struggle feel a little lighter.
Here are some of the areas and questions that people bring to us.
- I can't face the day without a drink. Do I have a problem?
- I make big sacrifices for my partner's happiness but I feel I'm getting little in return.
- I think my way of life has become an addiction. Where can I find help?
- I choose career over family every time but although it’s breaking up my marriage I can’t stop. Is this an addiction?
- I can’t stop my cocaine habit. Can I ever fill the desperate emptiness?
- I can't stop spending money. Shopping is a comfort but it's crippling me financially.
- I think I may be addicted to sex. It's all I can think about.
- Hiding my alcoholism is destroying my family. I can't live like this.
- My history of addiction is creating rifts between me and my partner. How do I show them I've changed?
- I think my husband might have a drug problem. How do I confront him?