#57 - The 3 Tier Approach To Intervene On Your Loved One's Addiction - Episode 57
As a family member, what can you do to help someone go through the road of recovery?
Christopher and Danny discuss the different approaches that family members can do to help push a loved one to the road of recovery. They also shared the different enemies that most people trying to stay sober face. According to Christopher and Danny, as a family member and loved one: You can change aspects of this that can make monumental changes for the future.
The Why Intervention Podcast is aimed at helping family and friends feel supported and encouraged that recovery from addiction is possible, for themselves as well as their loved ones. You'll hear how to affect positive change in their life and help your loved one begin a successful recovery. Host Christopher Doyle shares his insights, talks with experts and interviews people who have gone through recovery.
Links and Resources from this Episode
- Bridge of Spies
- How Christopher acted when he was still not sober. - 2:06
- Danny’s biggest enemy during recovery. - 5:58
- Recovery involves patience and tolerance. - 7:58
- Life-changing moment: The Bridge of Spy reference. - 8:56
- For family members, the initial thing that needs to happen is to get to a place where I can accept the things that I can’t change. - 13:16
- You can develop courage so that you can take action on the things that you can change. The things that you can influence. - 18:48
- You can be done and not try to fix it and not try to control it and also find the courage to change the things that you can in this situation. - 24:11
- The soft intervention or slow play. - 32:52
- As a loved one, what’s the best approach? - 37:17
- A person’s recovery from addiction begins when someone close to them says, “That’s it, I’m done. I have had enough. You have to do something about this or else..” - 44:16