New Class Begins TUESDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 7PM
Tuesdays at 7:00pm at the church.
You have a loved one living a life that is not what it was meant to be. They are addicted. You wake up daily to the realities of their unmanageable life. You help where and when you can but wonder what in the world must happen for things to change. In your efforts to help you may find yourself asking the question, “What is wrong with me? Why can’t I make a difference in their life?”
Perhaps you’ve heard of words like codependent, caretaker or enabler. These words attempt to describe the ways in which our lives become just as unmanageable as the addict themselves. However, the troubles and surface symptoms for the two are quite different.
You are not alone. Many a family member, spouse, friend, child, guardian, significant other, or co-worker of an addict has found themselves in the same situation. You may experience feelings of helplessness or frustration. You may find yourself feeling trapped, used or manipulated. You may have made excuses for your addicted loved one or lied for them; covered their tracks to keep them from suffering consequences for their actions, or done any one of a host of things they should be doing for themselves.
In many ways the addict and their loved ones share the same problem, and need the same solution.
Come and discover the power and process of change through God's Plan.