Jennifer appreciates how important it is to keep the family together. With that love and concern, the clients are more eager to learn how to be responsible, honest, loving, and to be proud of who they are and who they can become. If the family has a common goal of becoming emotionally and physically strong, the whole family can find peace.
You may experience a fear of failure, heartbreak, and sadness. You might feel scared to make a hard choice that will influence you and your family.
I am here to help you through the process anytime you need. I always have your safety and confidentiality in mind.
I can help you find the best program for you, whether it is with the NAD or another program. In addition to considering the financial burden and available resources, I consider the emotional healing required and if that program can facilitate that healing.
You may experience a period of second-guessing yourself. You may feel anxiety over your decision and start to feel overwhelmed.
I strongly recommend keeping a journal when you start this process. Write down your feelings and actions that brought you to this point.
How long has it been since you had a good night’s sleep?
Do you worry constantly about how you’re going to make it through each day?
When will the pain stop and have a healthier and happier life?
Has this started affecting your daily life?
Do you feel depressed and overwhelmed?
Writing down your thoughts and emotions can help you process the situation and make the best decision for you, your child, and your family. We want you to feel confident in your decision to seek help. The goal is for you to be proud of the decision you made when the roller coaster of addiction stops, and life begins again.
At any point that you need to talk, I am here for you.