The Loving Path to Family Recovery
Have you ever loved someone with a substance use disorder (SUD), a process disorder, or a mental health challenge?
If so, you may know that feeling of chaos folding in around you. Even if you are normally a calm person, having a loved one with SUD can take everything out of you. Up is down and down is up. Lies are the norm, and getting a straight answer is a thing of the past.
When that person is your spouse or your child, it can feel like your world is collapsing.
Everyone has advice:
- Get rid of him/her
- Tell them they have to leave
- Make her get help
- Have some self-respect – don’t let them treat you like this!
Yet, there you sit: loving someone who is clearly in trouble and suffering along with them.
What if I told you things can get better even if nothing changes in your loved one?
Well, they can.
The BALM method is designed to help families return to inner peace while learning skills to help their loved one do so too.
Click here to learn how this mindfulness-based method can help you and your family return to the Loving Path.
PS You don’t have to have a struggling person in your life to benefit from this method. So check it out!
To learn more about the BALM, go to www.balmfamilyrecovery.com or contact Bev at 1-888-998-2256.