Is An Intervention Really Necessary?

Without coercion, only a limited number of persons with an illness would agree to seek psychiatric treatment. Many persons would not accept that their addiction is the cause that they have issues at work, at home or with their wellbeing. They are simply trying to make up reasons for not getting help. Some individuals may also fault others for the struggles they have with their addiction.

If you are unsure whether an intervention is appropriate for your loved one, then you can look for the following signs:

  • Inadequate personal hygiene
  • Severe Weight Changes
  • Frequent battles with members of families and friends
  • Giving promises that are often broken
  • To repeatedly deny the use of drugs or alcohol
  • Being charged with committing crimes
  • Frequently lying about whereabouts

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