Our literature is free to new people, this can be sent via email.
We also recommend Al-Anon literature because our situation dealing with an addict coincides so closely with that of dealing with an alcoholic.
Please use the email firstname.lastname@example.org to request literature.
These suggestions are used by members of Co-Anon Family Groups to guide us along the path to spiritual freedom.
Do be honest with yourself
Do be humble
Do take it easy – tension is harmful
Do play- find recreation and hobbies
Do keep trying whenever you fail
Do learn the facts about addiction and alcoholism
Do attend Co-Anon meetings often
Don’t be self-righteous
Don’t try to dominate, nag, scold, and complain
Don’t lose your temper
Don’t try to push anyone but yourself
Don’t keep bringing up the past
Don’t keep checking up on your addict/alcoholic
Don’t wallow in self pity
Don’t make threats you don’t intend to carry out
Don’t be overprotective
Don’t be a doormat
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