(PRWEB) February 12, 2014
Forgiving an addict who has left an immense – and perhaps incalculable – trail of destruction in their wake may be one of hardest things for family members and former friends to consider. However, those who are looking for ways to get rid of their anger, hurt and sadness should read the latest blog post from Per Wickstrom, which provides helpful tips on forgiving an addict.
“As someone who has personally struggled with addiction in my youth, I’ll be the very first to admit that many innocent bystanders – including family members, friends, colleagues and the list goes on – are often caught up in the whirlwind, and are part of the collateral damage count,” commented Per Wickstrom, who in addition to blogging on drug and alcohol abuse and recovery issues, also focuses on topics related to personal development, relationships, health, entrepreneurship, and several others. “And while it may be extremely hard – or perhaps for the moment, impossible – for some people to forgive a recovering or recovered addict, I’m hoping that these tips will help point them in that direction, and let the healing begin.”
Per Wickstom’s helpful tips on how to forgive an addict include:
More information on these and other helpful tips, along with the full text of Per Wickstrom’s must-read blog post for anyone who has, is or might be caught up in the whirlwind of someone else’s addiction, are available at http://www.perwickstrom.com/advice/10-helpful-tips-to-forgiving-an-addict/.
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About Per Wickstrom
Per Wickstrom is the President and Founder of Best Drug Rehabilitation, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center focused on helping individuals through holistic and natural methods. Per believes that it's never too late to turn your life around and do something positive with your life - he is living proof that hard work, perseverance, and a positive attitude can overcome any negative situation.
Learn more at http://www.PerWickstrom.com.