A serious drug addiction can lead a person down a dangerous spiral of self-destruction.
There is never one sole reason behind substance abuse.
An addiction is an all-consuming disease – one that can drive a person to use and manipulate the people they love without a thought.
Huffing addictions are most common among teens.
If someone you love is struggling with a meth addiction, you know how all-consuming this habit can be.
While there is no sole cause of substance abuse, it is well-documented that some people are genetically predisposed to addiction.
The first step to helping anyone recover from substance abuse is by identifying the problem itself.
It’s natural for every parent to go through bouts of uncertainty.
About 15 years ago around Christmas-time I lived briefly under the I-5 bridge in San Diego California. I don’t mean that I had a house under there…I mean I lived there. It wasn’t the first time that I completely wiped my life out in a cocaine supernova, nor would it be the last…
Having been involved in conducting and coordinating interventions for over 10 years, I’ve encountered many types of interventionists from different walks of life. Many times people ask, “How did you get started, and how can I become an interventionist?”
Sometime near the end of July 2011, a phone rang, innocently enough. Somewhere during the day, the family of Amy Winehouse was informed that Amy was not ok. And the worst that could possibly happen to an innocent family, unfortunately did.