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Ep. 18 - Working with Family Members of Those Addicted




Discussions by Judy and Joy Elohim Voruz, from Wise Caring Mentoring, Oregon on “TRANSFORM YOUR RELATIONS WITH YOUR ADDICTED LOVED ONE.” Wise Caring Mentoring developed from a desire to offer family members a more compassionate and insightful way to relate to their addicted loved one. They talk about the power of being a personal and professional team in providing their 3 Principles services to their clients.


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Working with Loved Ones of Those Whom are Addicted


  • The connection and power of combining personal and professional lives. The power of two professionals working together to share wisdom and support the family members of those addicted

  • Challenges of working with family members, which includes being labelled, dealing with all the thinking that goes along with addiction plus being deeply concerned for the addicted

  • There is so much FEAR

  • When Natural Wisdom comes out that makes a HUGE DIFFERENCE

  • The caregivers, parents, etc. haven’t “DONE ANYTHING WRONG”

  • Stop being so serious, and take your mind off your personal thinking

  • THE COOKIE JOKE

  • Going In and out of not feeling clear—that’s OK

  • Sometimes you get it and sometimes you don’t

  • Working as a team is broader in sharing the 3 Principles and combined experiences

  • It’s beautiful together!!

  • Services need to start somewhere, and quite often it starts with the psychological and transforms into the philosophical or spiritual aspects of life

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