Why Pathways

The Gift of Confidence

True confidence gives hope in overcoming the many challenges that life throws at us. Pathways trains the individual to find strength and confidence from within, from above, and from those around them. This confidence opens the heart and mind to multiple pathways that lead those addicted out of darkness, frustration and discouragement into a life of positive change, freedom and meaning.

One the greatest challenges in life is being the spouse, parent, companion or loved on of someone struggling with addiction or destructive behavior.

Such loved ones are forced to rely on love and instinct alone. But, without proper training, the love of parents or companions often enhances (known as “enabling”) the negative behavior they are yearning to prevent. This creates gut-wrenching guilt and despair, often paralyzing the natural guidance and positive power they would otherwise instill.

Becoming Free from Addiction is Possible

Whatever the pitfall they are facing, they can change. There are many pathways to freedom from addiction and other limiting behaviors. It is a matter of confidence, honesty and choice.

As a Free Agent, addicted individuals have the power to choose a different path. Their personal Pathways Coach, other professionals and a loved one who becomes their Support Agent, will assist them through every step of the way. Those close to the addicted individual are also trained to become genuine support and change agents in the individuals life.

Through Pathways, addicted individuals and their loved ones create a source of light, strength, confidence and peace. This is the key to true, lasting recovery from drugs and alcohol.

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