Do you have someone who listens to you?

We all want to be seen.      We want to be acknowledged, heard, understood. Most of all we want to be listened to. We say we want advice on getting help with a drug or alcohol problem, but…do we really? We all have a strong, core need to be heard and understood. We ask without words: “Do you get me?” Sometimes we talk with our eyes, our expression, our tone of voice. Words are one way of being known. What is most important is the acknowledgement of who we are, or that we’re even here. We draw attention to ourselves. It’s… Continue Reading This Article