EP60 Sobriety Can’t Be Your Only Measure For Success

Living While Loving Your Child Through Addiction
Living While Loving Your Child Through Addiction
EP60 Sobriety Can't Be Your Only Measure For Success
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Do you feel like you're failing because your child isn't sober yet? Supporting your child through their addiction is a marathon, not a sprint. The belief that "it's not working" can be very painful and cause you a lot of frustration. It can also make it harder for you to regulate your emotions around your child. When you have other measures for success on your journey, then you create rewards for yourself for the changes you're making and the tools you're learning and using. Those rewards give you the momentum you need to keep moving forward. They also make it easier for you to connect with your child. 

Episodes to Listen to next:

Ep 5 Control – Why You Do it and How To Stop

Ep 54 Harm Reduction with guest Lara Okoloko, LICSW

EP 43 Why You Feel Rejected

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