Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About: After 4 detoxings, 2 rehabs, and sober living facility, my son is no better what should i do?
After 4 detoxings, 2 rehabs, and sober living facility, my son is no better what should i do
The first step was what to do if my son came home with a busted lip. I immediately thought he was going to the hospital or worse, the morgue. But he was not injured. The second step was which program to attend. I needed help with my decision-making process. I was concerned that a few bad habits might not require professional attention. The third step was how can I help my son escape from an alcoholic. My wife knew this and asked, “Will you please help my son?” The fourth step was whether to take a positive or negative approach to my son’s recovery. The answer was always “positive.” This was his home. We could not ignore the fact that he was facing a problem. The fifth step was if my son didn’t love me, how would I feel? I had a feeling he loved me. The sixth step was I don’t know how to handle the situation. My son felt the same way. I wanted to do something to keep him away from drugs. The seventh step was which program would best suit his needs. He wanted to stay in school but needed assistance finding the right job for him. He also needed assistance with sobriety. The eighth step was that program was the best place for him to be? We needed help with the first two steps. We also needed to talk about getting help with sobriety. Sometimes we need help with the third step. The ninth step was that sober living facility was best to find help with sobriety? We were already there. The tenth step was that program made sense for our family? It did. The eleventh step was that sobriety program helped our family? It helped. I felt better for my son. A new day has dawned. My son is no longer hiding from the truth about who he is.