At what point does recovery from addiction become a necessity?
Would you undergo heart surgery to save your life?
If you or a loved one struggles with addiction your paths are limited. Think about your situation. Stop thinking “option” and think “necessity.”
Bear the Burden
You can bear the burden watching a productive life deteriorate. Ability to work ends. Money runs out and loved ones take over the financial burden to meet obligations. Dreams and goals are put on hold.. Everyone close to the addiction becomes consumed with the problem every waking minute. Things will not get better and eventually you’ll be force to make choice 2 or 3.
Kick Them Out
You will reach the fork in the road when you must separate yourself from the addicted person’s problems. Other loved ones need your attention to. The choice to “kick them out” of your life may your last resort and made in desperation.
Make the Decision Now
Making the decision to solve the problem today helps everyone involved move forward with life. Once the decision in made, hope returns and goals become a reality again.