For Family & Friends
Your mental health can affect — and be affected by — your loved ones. Here's how to discuss it with them so everyone can heal.
Understand the process, make your loved one feel cherished and supported, and you can all begin to heal.
It's not talked about enough: Drugs and alcohol play a major role in suicides. But there are many paths out of despair. A top psychologist shares some important guidance.
And vice versa. Communication, honesty, encouragement — and maybe some therapy — will help both of you repair the damage of addiction.
It is a very fine thing in life to never battle addiction. But it's even finer to stand beside those who have. Here's how to get started.
In active addiction, the pain gets spread around. But your loved one needs your support in recovery, difficult as the dynamics may be. Our guide to getting better together.
How can I tell, and what can I do to help? A supportive, compassionate presence is a difference-maker to those suffering addiction or starting recovery. Here's how you can be one.
All Sober EVP of Addiction and Recovery Maeve O'Neill reflects on the messages and mentors that helped her understand her childhood and inspired her life's work.
Open communication and taking ownership aren't easy, but get to know them, and you can do some real repair work. Here's how.
Make your festivities inclusive and inviting for sober loved ones! All Sober's Maeve O'Neill shares some tips on being a supportive sober ally and welcoming host.
From parental divorce to school closures, unwelcome life changes are distressing for adolescents; some turn to substances. Guide them toward healthy emotional responses instead.
You may be completely supportive of their decision! But some comments, even if well-intentioned, can be intrusive or demoralizing. All Sober's Merrick Murdock shares tips on talking sobriety.