Online Ego Quiz: Is Your Ego Standing in the Way of Intervention and Recovery?

If you’re here on our website today, it’s probably because you have a child, a spouse or possibly a sibling who is currently battling drug or alcohol addiction. We’re sympathetic to the predicament you’re in, and we’re always ready to help.

And if you’re here on this specific page, it’s probably because you’re trying to gauge how big your ego is and if it plays a role in your loved one’s ongoing substance use. Yes, a family member’s ego can delay, disrupt or delay the intervention and recovery process.

How, exactly? Please take our short quiz, and then we’ll explain more based on the determined size of your ego.

Additional Reading:
Addiction Codependency in Families
Family & Enabling
Articles on Enabling
Articles on Family Intervention

Take the Ego Quiz to See If Your Ego Is Hurting Your Family

Fathers, Egos and Addiction

No matter how big or small we determined your ego to be, it helps to understand the distinct role fathers (and their egos) play in the intervention and recovery process.

Please watch the following short video where our founder, Mike Loverde, explains that fathers with even the biggest of egos can put aside their pride and contribute to the success of the intervention and recovery process for their struggling child.

Want to Learn Even More About the Ego’s Effect on Interventions? We’ve Written a Whole eBook on It:

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Mike Loverde

As a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), member of NAATP, NAADAC, and accredited by the Pennsylvania Certification Board, Mike Loverde knows first-hand what it’s like to live life with addiction. By overcoming it, he had a calling to work with others who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions—the people who use and the families who feel helpless watching them decay.

With thousands of interventions across the United States done and many more to come, Loverde continues to own the intervention space, since 2005, by working with medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and others who need expert assistance for their patients who need intervention. To further his impact on behavioral health and maximize intervention effectiveness, Loverde is near completion of a Masters in Addiction Studies (MHS) accreditation, as well as a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC), and is committed to attaining the designation of a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

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