Relationships

Healthy connections and support systems are vital to your recovery. Learn about how you can build new relationships and work on old ones.
Family Wellness

4 Things to Say to Someone Struggling with Alcohol

Talking to a friend or family member about their excessive drinking is not easy. Learn what you can say to help them realize that they need help.
Recovery

The Opposite of Addiction is Not (Just) Sobriety

While developing strong relationships is important for everyone, for those in recovery, human connection can often be the difference between long-term sobriety and relapse.
Alcohol

Is Your Loved One an Alcoholic?

The signs of addiction aren't always easy to recognize, especially when it comes to a loved one. Learn some common red flags of alcoholism and help your loved one get the help they need.
Family Wellness

What to Expect at a Nar-Anon Meeting

While your loved one works on getting healthy, it is important that you work on your own recovery as well.
Recovery

Your Loved One Completed Inpatient Treatment — What Now?

Here are some tips to help you and the rest of the family welcome your loved one home and ensure their success post-treatment.
Relationships

3 Ways Substance Abuse Can Affect Your Relationship

Addiction can put a strain on relationships, especially romantic ones. See if substance abuse is jeopardizing your romance and find ways to resolve the tension.
Recovery

Choosing Your Friends Wisely in Recovery

Learn how to surround yourself with others who share the same goals, and how you can develop more meaningful relationships with new and existing friends.
Relationships

4 Ways to Support Your Loved One's Recovery During the Holidays

The holidays can be difficult for those in recovery, as many celebrations involve drinking. Learn how to help your loved one have sober fun during this time.
Recovery

Love and Recovery: What You Should Know When Looking for a Relationship

Many who overcome addiction are eager to continue enriching their lives by finding a romantic partner. Learn how to build healthy relationships in recovery.
Alcohol

How to Talk to Your Loved One About Your Addiction

Telling your loved ones that you are struggling with substance abuse can be difficult. These are some tips to help you be better prepared for this important conversation.
Recovery

Meaningful Connections: How Relationships Can Help Lifelong Recovery

“Never make the addict feel alone,” Hari advocates. Let them know that there is support whenever they are ready. Love them no matter what.”
Family Wellness

Why You Also Matter in Your Loved One's Recovery

Navigating a loved one’s battle with addiction can be complex. Use these self-care tips to help yourself cope while supporting your loved one’s recovery.