In this segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES reader asks recovery and interventionist specialist Ken Seeley about what could be done to handle feelings of loneliness in recovery.
“If I could ask a recovery specialist any question, I would ask him, what could I do about feeling lonely. I know I’m not the only sober person who feels this way. How do you handle loneliness in recovery?”
Ask Ken is our recovery segment where readers have an opportunity to “Ask Ken” anything in relation to love, sex, relationships and the addictions that can sometimes come attached with these subject matters. Readers are encouraged to ask (anonymously if they choose) about drug addiction, food addiction, alcoholism or any subject that deals with gay men and their connection between meth and sex. No question is off limits.
Seeley is founder of intervention911–a world leader in offering intervention services at affordable prices. The Company seeks to help individuals suffering from addiction to recover from it with dignity. Their properly orchestrated alcohol intervention, drug intervention or behavioral intervention is a proven way to start the healing process and get a loved one, friend or coworker the timely help they need. Their intervention programs are known to have a success rate of 98% and are proven ways to start the healing process. Intervention911 offers a wide range of intervention services aimed at tackling various forms of addictions such as addiction to all types of drugs, alcohol, sex, gambling, video games, etc., along with other behavioral problems.
Ken Seeley is an internationally acclaimed interventionist, having years of experience in this field. Certified as a Board Registered Interventionist – Level 2, Seeley has worked full-time in the business of recovery and intervention since 1989. He is a regular contributor to CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and ABC on the topics of addiction and intervention. He was one of three the featured interventionists on the Emmy Award Winning Television Series ‘Intervention‘ on A&E. He is also the author of ‘Face It and Fix It‘, (published by Harper One Collins in 2009) a popular book about overcoming the denial that leads to common addictions while bringing guidance to those struggling with addiction.
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