Monday, October 23, 2006

New Nar-Anon Meeting
Santa Fe, Texas
Corner of 15th street & Avenue K
At the Santa Fe AA & NA Building
8:00 PM Friday Nights
For more information call 281-898-1250 or 281-898-1253
Do you need Nar-Anon?
1. Do you find yourself making excuses, lying or covering up for the addict in your life?
2. Do you have a reason not to trust the addict in your life?
3. Is it becoming difficult for you to believe his/her explanations?
4. Do you lie awake worrying about the addict in your life?
5. Is this person missing school often without your knowledge?
6. Is this person missing work and the bills are piling up?
7. Are the savings mysteriously missing?
8. Are there unanswered questions causing hostility and undermining your relationship or marriage?
9. Are you always asking yourself "what's wrong" and "is it my fault"?
10. Are your suspicions turning you into a detective and are you afraid of what you might find?
11. Are normal family disagreements becoming hostile and violent?
12. Are you canceling social functions with vague excuses?
13. Are you becoming increasingly reluctant to invite friends to your home?
14. Is concern for your spouse, child, or friend causing you headaches, a knotty stomach and extreme anxiety?
15. Is your spouse, child, or friend easily irritated by minute matters? Does your whole life seem like a nightmare?
16. Are you unable to discuss the situation with friends or relatives because of the embarrassment?
17. Are your attempts at control frustrating?
18. Do you over compensate and try not to make waves?
19. Do you keep trying to make things better and nothing helps?
20. Is the lifestyle of this person changing? Do you ever think they may be using drugs?
If you answered YES to four or more of these questions, Nar-Anon may be able to give you the answers you've been looking for.
(This post is brought to you by our Coalition member, Dana Huoni, treasurer for SFCADA, Inc. Thank you, Dana!)