MISSION: 100Pedals provides education and coaching to help parents and other family member navigate their lives around a loved one’s addiction.

Programs and resources offered by 100Pedals include:

Through 100Pedals’ national platform of speaking and workshops, coaching and support activities, and other collaboration efforts within the addiction community, 100Pedals has helped educate, inspire and empower over 4,000 parents and family members. We also encourage families to share their stories, experiences, and journeys with others in their community to help build a stronger, more unified movement of change and awareness in order to influence how others view and respond to the issue of drug and alcohol addiction in our society.

January 10, 2017

Finding peace in those difficult parenting decisions

http://traffic.libsyn.com/theaddictionconversation/Trusting_the_difficult_decisions.mp3 As parents of a child with an addiction, we are often tasked with making incredibly difficult and challenging choices. It can be quite a battle to decipher the better decisions from the bad ones. And, it is often difficult to move forward without reflecting back on the many options we had and the one […]

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January 3, 2017

Despite the chaos, looking forward to 2017

http://traffic.libsyn.com/theaddictionconversation/Looking_forward_010217.mp3 “No matter how dark the present appears, I choose to live for the promise of the future…” This was the first quote I celebrated as I completed my first 100Pedals bike ride on January 1, 2011.  It has been six years since I made the decision that my life, despite the chaos of my […]

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December 20, 2016

Learning to manage what you can control

http://traffic.libsyn.com/theaddictionconversation/Managing_what_you_control.mp3 Nothing disrupts or interrupts peace or joy more than adversity. Life would be so much simpler and easier if we just didn’t have to deal with conflict. In the world of a parent of child with substance abuse issues, the disruptions can often become overwhelming. The other day I was coaching a parent about […]

Addiction in the Family