Need Support for Alcoholism?
Contact Vince and Jeanna
Could You Benefit from Support for Alcoholism?
Hi. We’re Vince and Jeanna,
and we can help you with support for alcoholism.
We are recovering alcoholics who have lived the life of addiction and alcoholism. As recovery coaches, we can help you transition from a life of drugs and alcohol to a life of grace, hope, and recovery with support from alcoholism.
When you work with us, you get a team who,
- Has been through the trauma of child abuse, neglect, sexual assault, and grief, and who knows what you are going through.
- Deals with the aftermath of addiction and trauma both on a personal level and as a loved one of someone who has experienced it.
- Works with shame, limiting beliefs, self-compassion, and spirituality.
- Uses compassionate listening.
- Doesn’t hold judgment regarding another person’s experiences.
- Strongly believes in and maintains private and confidential services.
Additionally, we firmly believe that while we all have similarities that bind us as survivors, each person is an individual who has walked their own path in shoes no other person has ever worn before. Our trauma might be like your trauma, but we are not the same. As a result, we take particular care to provide individualized services.
We provide both private and group support for alcohol and family programs as well as a membership program where you can get additional support in a community with people who share experiences like yours.
If you need support for alcoholism, send Vince or Jeanna an email, so we can talk.
You’ve Neglected Yourself for Far Too Long
While in active addiction, we tend to neglect our self-care. In Fact, most of us don’t even understand what it actually means. After all, if we did, we probably wouldn’t be in this position.
Additionally, if you have been providing your loved one with support for alcoholism, it’s important that you don’t forget your own needs. We get so wrapped up in wanting to help them recover, that often we set our own self-care aside. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work out well that way. To be good for them, you have to be good for yourself.
If either of these situations describes you, I have a course to help with that. You can take the course on your own or with your loved one to provide self-care support for both. You can find the course by clicking on the link below.
If you aren’t ready for the full course yet, that’s okay. You can have this FREE Self-Care Kit Builder instead. It’s my gift to you.
Now Sober Adacemy
Support for Alcoholism from a Community
Now Sober Academy is an online community where individuals and families support each other with recovery from addiction. If you need help maintaining sobriety or learning how to support someone you love (and yourself) during their recovery, Now Sober Tribe has that. We focus on many areas of support for alcoholism including:
- Reframing mindset,
- Improving spirituality,
- Understanding behaviors,
- Learning to communicate,
- Having fun,
- Finding purpose and setting goals,
- Building relationships,
- And so much more.
If you are saying, “Now that I’m sober, now what?” or if you want support while you give support, join us in Now Sober Academy. Check out our services page to learn more.
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