It’s difficult to watch a loved one suffer. It’s fair and customary to wish to make things better for our dear ones. It’s also difficult to be with them when you’re exhausted from caring for someone. Something has to change soon, or else you won’t be able to take it any longer.
It’s deeply exhausting, frustrating, and frightening to try to help those who don’t want help. It’s out of your hands, and it’s out of your authority.
People have a natural desire to exert control over various aspects of their lives. This applies to both you and your family members. When we push too hard, the other person is more likely to pull back or double down on assuming charge of their own living. Consider a time when you decided to make a change, such as losing weight or eating healthier. The more people inquire about our eating habits or whether we exercised that day, the more annoyed we become… and the more likely we are to resist making healthy decisions.
Striving in recovery is a normal part of the process. It’s beneficial to use these encounters as learning opportunities. It’s also time-consuming and messy. Sometimes good decisions are made, and other times bad decisions are made. But, with the correct help, we should be able to get to where we need to be.
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