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Watching a loved one struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction can be heartbreaking. Not only do we watch them ruin their own lives, but they also negatively affect the lives of those who love them. This is why addiction is sometimes called a family disease. An intervention can help the addicted person come to...Read More
There has been a lot of controversy about Palcohol (powdered alcohol), which was invented by Mark Phillips, the president of the Lipsmark Company. Phillips claims the use of Palcohol is convenient for instances such as shipping, hiking, and getting alcohol into venues that overcharge for a drink. In April 2014, the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco...Read More
Most of us have days that are great, when we feel as though we are on top of the world and can accomplish anything. Then, there are the days where life is not so great, and we are filled with sadness, remorse, guilt, anger, or a plethora of other negative emotions. When these negative thoughts...Read More
Willingway works with families who are in a codependent relationship related to drug or alcohol addiction. If you or a loved one are in need of help for an addiction, please call 888-979-2140. For a very long time, I could not decipher between codependency and love. I thought that if we love someone, we put...Read More