Does Someone You Love Drink
Too Much or Use Drugs?
If you can't get them to quit, we'll help you
stop the frustration and get back in control
Have you tried everything to get a loved one to stop drinking or using drugs, and they won’t quit? Your spouse, child, adult child, sibling or friend? Are you afraid they’ll hurt themselves or someone else?
Family therapist Kim Abraham knows exactly what you’re going through. She’s helped families conquer the pain of addiction for over 20 years. Now, she’ll show you a step-by-step way to stop someone’s drinking and drug use from overtaking you and your family in her new program, Life Over the Influence.
A How-To Guide for Dealing with
an Addicted Loved One
In this confidential, at-home program, Kim shows you why
you’re having trouble getting through to your loved one about
their substance abuse. Then she’ll show you how to stop the
fear, anger, and traumatic stress that have taken over your
life. It’s the exact plan Kim used to win the battle over the
addictions of her closest loved ones—her father, sister,
husband and son—and get her life back.
If You’ve Tried Everything to Get Them to Stop and Nothing’s Worked, You Must Try This Program
If you’ve had your loved one in 12-step programs and multiple rehabs (or if they flatly refuse to get help), and they’re still drinking and using, something’s not working. Life Over the Influence will show you a new approach you can use in the privacy of your home. It’s the best shot you have at getting your loved one to get clean and sober. And it will help you save your sanity…and your family.
“If you really want to help your kid, Kim’s approach is outstanding. She put me on the outside looking in and said, ‘This is your son. This is what he’s doing. If you want to help him, here’s what you have to do. Step by step.’ Now my son is doing great. He made the choice not to go back where he came from.”
Son was drinking and using marijuana
“I had to find some self-confidence to be able to stand up to my sister. Kim gave me a lot of confidence and helped me to get my life in order. I don’t know how I could have made it without her guidance.”
Sister was addicted to prescription drugs
“Life Over the Influence is very simple, and it cuts through all the psychological babble. Kim has a very logical but compassionate way of dealing with these situations. She’s an extremely powerful therapist.”
Substance Abuse Counselor
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- You’re not to blame, so let yourself out of prison! How to get rid of the guilt and shame of your loved one’s addiction.
- No more begging, bargaining and arguing with your loved one about their problem. A completely new way to communicate that works.
- Save yourself from financial ruin. If you’re bailing your loved one out of trouble, and they’re draining your finances, put this plan in place now.
- Get strong. Get in control. If their addiction has depleted you emotionally, and your life is in complete turmoil, learn a step-by-step way to get stronger and feel better. It’s the best way to help your loved one.
Marney Studaker-Cordner, LMSW
and Kimberly Abraham, LMSW
Kim Abraham has lived with substance abuse throughout her family: with her father, sister, husband and son. She has worked with children and families for over 25 years, specializing in providing therapy to individuals dealing with a loved one’s addiction.
Marney Studaker-Cordner has been a clinical therapist for 15 years. She is trained in the Evidence-Based Practice of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment, providing services to individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders.
- Starting Point CD: A head start on feeling better
- 5 lessons on CD
- 75-page guide book
- Special report: When Your Loved One is Your Minor Child
- 1 Bonus audio lesson: 10 Things Never to Say When They’re Drinking or Using
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: Who is this program designed to help?
A: If you love someone who drinks too much or uses drugs, this program will help you. Whether the person who's drinking or using is your spouse, minor child, adult child, grandchild, sibling or friend, Life Over the Influence will show you how to stop their problems from destroying your life and your family. You'll also learn how you can be truly helpful to your loved one.
- Q: What kinds of substance abuse are discussed in the program?
A: Life Over the Influence gives you support and a plan for dealing with any kind of substance abuse: alcohol, marijuana, prescription drug addiction, heroin, cocaine, crack, methamphetamine, other street drugs or any combination.
- Q: Is this a 12-step program?
A: No. Life Over the Influence is based on the plan that Kim Abraham developed to help her break the unhealthy cycle she found herself in with her loved ones. You will learn the techniques Kim uses with her clients to help them stop the destructive chaos of addiction.