The cost of inaction is still an action that bears consequences.
In the last few months, it has been evident that families freeze we the ball is in their court. They get multiple professional recommendations but freeze due to fear of their loved ones “hating” them. Our best efforts in the past never seemed to yield the outcome we wanted for our loved ones. Why? I am their loved one, I know them best! When addiction is in the picture, we begin to deal with a different body of experience.
Yes, you may know your loved ones more than most, but addiction professionals know one thing – addiction. Each person is unique, but addiction manifests similarly across the population.
This month we will focus on the cost of inaction along with underlying preservatives of addiction.