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Jun 19, 2020

Currently, we’re wrapping our Family SOS Program — the first program we have ever run for the family members of those struggling with addiction. I can honestly say it has been one of the most incredible and enlightening experiences I have ever had and I cannot wait for this program to be more widely available in the future.


Through working exclusively with the families of those who struggle, I learned some important lessons that I really want to share with all of you today. Often, we only have the perspective as either the person who is struggling or of the family member of someone who is struggling. Whichever side you may be on, I highly recommend you tune in to today’s episode so you can better understand how to bridge the gap. It is so incredibly important that we understand both sides of the coin so we can all heal and grow together.


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Topics Discussed:

[:35] About today’s episode.

[2:15] Why I wanted to speak about this topic and what I hope you can learn from this.

[2:37] Better illustrating what I mean through an example from the Family SOS Program.

[3:30] How the cycle ends up repeating between those who struggle and their family.

[5:29] Why nothing can be resolved unless you stop this cycle.

[6:28] The importance of acknowledging the struggles of both sides.

[9:13] What our duties are from either side of the coin.


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