Rebuilding Relationships in Recovery: A Guide to Healing Relationships Impacted By Addiction

In all of us there is a gift. Sometimes it is only in our darkest hours that we can finally see the light that shines from within.

Readers will learn how to transform the impact of addiction on their relationships into opportunities for positive personal growth. With the Triple R Healing Model, people recovering from addictions and their loved ones can transcend the chaos of addiction cycles, heal old communication and behavioral dynamics from the addiction, as well as increase their chances of relationship success. Whether you are a partner or a family member of people with addictions or you are in recovery yourself, Rebuilding Relationships In Recovery is the guide you need to start healing your relationships today.

People in early recovery and their loved ones can follow a five stage rebuilding process whereby they work together to heal their relationships impacted by addiction. Individuals can still attend support groups because this program works well with the principles endorsed by Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) or Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.), as well as Al-anon and Nar-anon. The five building blocks of the rebuilding relationships in recovery (Triple R Healing Model) include: Building Block # 1- Realising the impact of addiction on relationships Building Block # 2- Starting the healing process Building Block # 3- Getting rid of unhealthy patterns Building Block # 4- Understanding the effect of a recovery lifestyle Building Block # 5- Connecting in recovery As a result of following this process, individuals learn to move beyond their problems as they heal as well as rebuild their relationships. The disease of addiction does not have to be a cunning, powerful, or baffling monster that threatens to devastate people's happiness. Individuals can live in the solution