Are you hurting and feeling alone?

When you love someone who drinks too much or suffers from addiction, it hurts.

You might be feeling exhausted from the constant disappointment when they break their promise to get better.

You want to help the person you love.

We get it. You found the right place.

You’re safe here.

We’re your sisterhood.

We realize the uncertainty of this time.

We realize that we've all been impacted in different ways by the pandemic. We encourage you to explore what we have to offer, and if the timing isn't right for you, just back and find us when the timing is right.

We're here for you.

Welcome to Love Over Addiction.

You’ve found a safe place filled with women who love good people who suffer from addiction. The type of addiction doesn’t really matter. We have women in our community who love good people that are addicted to alcohol, drugs (legal or illegal), prescription pills, gambling, pornography, or sex among other things.

One of our core values is that we never do judgment, towards you, or your loved one. We believe they are truly are good people, and when you say you’re in love with them, we understand that.

Maybe you’ve had people try to convince you to leave before, or tell you that you shouldn’t love them anymore. Well, that’s not exactly how love works, is it?

You’ll find the tools you need to make improvements in your life, regardless of what your loved one may or may not be doing. We help you discover your personal power, build self-esteem, and find the confidence you need to handle this disease.

We know that addiction is dark and depressing. We’ve been there. In this community, you’ll find a different take. You’ll find positivity, actual advice, real stories, and helpful changes. We try to bring a little light, and yes, maybe even a little humor into your world. It is hard. There’s no denying that. But we can still be women that enjoy laughter, fun, light, and positive energy.

Your Next Steps...

You’ve found us, so we hope you’ll please join us by getting our 12 Free Tips Every Woman Needs To Know when she loves someone who drinks too much or suffers from addiction. 

Take a stand against addiction by saying, “I do have power. And I’m going to learn how to use it.” This is not an act against your loved one. In fact, this is an act for them. Because you’re here trying to figure out how to make this work. You want to learn how to handle their disease and find new ways of operating that will actually make a difference.

You can use these 12 tips to start making changes today, all you have to do is enter your email address below, and we’ll send yours to your inbox, completely free. Commit to at least one for now, and that will be enough. Once you feel good about it, move onto the second one.

Now Dive In

Isn’t it fun to find something new (or rediscover something you already knew about), and just go down 'the rabbit hole’ -  to just get lost in reading, learning, and discovering that there are other women out there, just like you? I love that. And, if you’ve never done it, I hope you’ll give it a try. Make yourself a warm cup of tea (or iced if it’s hot outside), cozy into one of your favorite spots and dive into some of our most popular posts:

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