It is suggested that nearly half of adults will experience mental health struggles in their lifetime.
These are symptoms of deeply rooted, unresolved emotional pain.
Emotional pain is caused from trauma.
Negative behavior and response patterns are created from pain.
When we experience trauma:
If your loved one is suffering, while unintentional, the lasting effects spread to the whole family. The Bridge to Recovery has served families for five decades to help them navigate these difficult times and experience healing.
We do see people at various stages of need:
Experiencing the effects of unresolved pain, such as anxiety, depression, anger, rage, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, etc. While it may not yet be having visible negative effects, it will soon. Pain festers.
Despite their best attempts to hide it, people are beginning to take notice that things seem “off.” They are trying to hide the pain and behavior more and more. It is getting harder to push down the pain all the time.
Things around them are falling apart. It is now obvious that life has been affected in negative ways because of unresolved pain and behaviors. Where they had once convinced themselves as “under control” is now very apparently “out of control.” Yet, their desire is still to try and push it down and hide it.
The consequences of leaving pain unresolved and untreated is evident everywhere. Every relationship in their life is suffering, and their relationship with self is now critical. They may even be feeling like it is impossible to come back from where they are today (hint: it’s not too late), and feel hopeless – maybe even suicidal.
We hope that you have reached this page because you are trying to find help for your loved one who falls into one of the stages listed above. It can be difficult trying to access help for others because:
If They Are Willing
If They Are NOT Willing
We understand this process can be scary, upsetting, and frustrating. Our trained team of intake professionals are happy to help you navigate the process and be a resource to you AND your family member.
We invite you to call us today to learn more, whether you or your loved one decide to attend our program or not.
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