An Intervention Is Not About Confrontation

Most people see an intervention as a process that mainly involves conflict or confrontation. They worry that if they confront their loved one, their worst fears might come true. They worry their loved one might get angry and cut them off entirely. They might feel like they are betraying their loved one, almost like they’re “outing” them. Or they are afraid that they are doing something behind their back. These are all responses that come from a place of fear.

We’ve written a blog article and created a PDF to help your family make an informed decision. Learn more about the ten most important things to know about Interventions.

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