Join a self-care community, a safe brave space where you learn to prioritise you and heal from the affects of loving an alcoholic or addict.

Find that inner light and start shining bright again.

Connect with others who understand the heartache. You are not alone.

Everyone’s healing journey is their own, but you don’t have to travel it alone. Healing is easier together. We are all at different places on our journey, which is why we offer different ways to join us. Choose what feels right for you, even if it’s a little scary. Reach out for our support. Join a group and take part in an activity. You are worth it.


Join a Private Facebook Group. A free group offering a place to connect with others healing too. Listen, share anonymously and join in. Gain support and tips. This is a great first step. Join the free self-care support group.

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Take part in a self-care activity. This is a wonderful opportunity to discover old and new experiences, connect with others both online and in person. You choose. This is a great step towards regular self-care. Explore activities.

Get unstuck

Surround yourself with others committed to their self-care and healing. Learn and practice self-care and self-compassion. This is all about deciding to prioritise your happiness and wellbeing. Join the Community.

A Pathway to Peace

All Blossome activities and programmes follow a Pathway to Peace, offering resources and support for establishing new healthy patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. 

Losing a loved one to addiction is traumatic. We can live in an environment developing unhealthy ways of thinking, feeling and hehaving. It can leave us feeling alone, broken, and shrouded in guilt, shame and anger, not knowing which way to turn. Learn to let go, find kinder ways to live with self-compassion which are good for your wellbeing.  Allow yourself to blossome in a safe, supportive community.  Make progress at your own pace, or speed things up by learning through others experiences. 

Share your story on the Podcast

Talking helps. When we start to talk, the guilt, the shame, the anger and the misconceptions about alcoholism will start to go away. And that’s how we’ll increase understanding of the family illness and the impact on loved ones. We’d love to hear your story. Apply to speak.