Amanda’s Story

I’m going to be sharing several stories over the next month leading up to the release of my first book! Some of these stories are in the book itself, and others will be included in future books, but all of them have played a part in catalyzing the discovery and...

Do you get caught in this trap?

Do you think you understand addiction? I’m going to challenge you a little—not to prove you wrong, but to bring your awareness to if this is a trap you get caught in as so many of the families I work with do. The more aware of the trap we are, the easier it is to...

Tips For Connecting with Your Loved One

A question I’m asked often is, “How do I connect with my loved one when they’re in active addiction?” It’s a great question. Connection is an important part of recovery; it’s actually the opposite of addiction, so connecting with your loved one in meaningful ways...

Let’s Change the Numbers

We just completed our very first beta Stop the Chaos Study Group, and I’ve been deep into studying the results to see what we can do to make the next one even better (more details on the next one in a minute!). The goal of the study group was to provide live support...

Knowing Is Not Enough

Last week was the 11th anniversary of the death of a very special young man who lost his life at the young age of 18. His name was Brian Hoeflinger. He was a star student, a great friend, and an all around kind-hearted person who was driving his car when he died. He...

A Holiday Message from Kate

Happy Holidays from Tipping Point Recovery!  I have a quick message for you today called “5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1!” 5 ~ We are ending our 5th year in service We have helped 100 people get sober and stay sober long term, because we helped their...