What My Sister’s Experience Helped Me Realize

I had a conversation with my sister last week, and it’s something I wanted to share because it was really profound for me and has a lot of relevance to the work we do here at Tipping Point. It reminded me of how tender we want to be with each other, in life generally,...

The 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Your Loved One Goes to Treatment

The highest rate of relapse for someone in recovery from substance use disorder happens in the transition between treatment and home. And while relapse is a normal part of the recovery process, it is usually unexpected, devastating, and difficult for families to...

The Only Disease That We Wait to Get Worse Before We Treat It

What’s the first thing that you do when someone you love gets diagnosed with a life-threatening illness? People in the family gather up all the information they possibly can and look for treatment options. And you communicate with each other about how to get on...

This May Be Hard to Hear, but It’s Too Important Not to Say

“That’s harmful to say that,” a follower of mine commented over the weekend. She was referring to a TikTok I did saying this: “Stop asking the drunk person to stop drunk driving. They are not hearing you!” I went on to say that isn’t it true that for every person...