Frequently There Is a Solution

Whether you are reading this because you “think” you may have a problem, “know” you have a problem, have been through rehab before or are a family member, friend, employer or someone who cares, is of no concern.

Addiction is a tornado, tsunami, hurricane, earthquake or blizzard for all those in its path. Everyone suffers consequences and everyone just plain suffers. The addict suffers as the do with shame, guilt, remorse, legal/financial and medical problems, divorce, incarceration and tragically death. If you are reading this, death has not yet occurred, but it is what we call a “yet”, meaning that it can still happen if we continue doing what we are currently doing.

Parents, siblings, spouses, children, friends and others suffer through the turmoil created by the addict. They watch someone they love and care for deteriorate slowly at first and more rapidly over time.

What follows are frequently asked questions by family members and addicts regarding a variety of important issues. Reading them and identifying with them is good, but acting upon them is even better.

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Addiction by Addicts

The Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions by Family Members

I can help you if you pick up the phone and call or email me today. Whether you are the addict or a loved one does not matter. What matters is that you know that you need help, can get help and that there is help one phone call away.

I am a modern and independent South Florida Sober Rabbi with an MSW Degree and 23+ years of sobriety providing Sober Coaching and Addiction/Spiritual Counseling focusing on education, energizing and affirming, motivating, healing and spiritual guidance.

If you, a family member or friend are suffering, call me at 954-755-3764 or email me at mitch@rabbimitch.com to get the help you deserve. I can help you! Don’t wait…..Pick up the phone and call today to schedule your Complimentary Consultation to commence your journey to a purpose driven and joyous life.

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