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Addiction; as described by Webster Dictionary: “A compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (such as but not limited to heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; broadly: persistent compulsive use of a substance known by the user to be harmful." This may be the hardest word in the English language to talk about. Why? Is it because it robs us? Robs us of someone or something that we love? Robs us of life? Is it because it takes away our control? It tears us of these possessions, opportunities and life needs? All of these possibilities scare us as human beings. 

The thought of these circumstances makes us want to run and hide--not leave our comfort zones. We sweep the thought under the rug, dismiss it, and pretend like those situations couldn't possibly happen to us. But who does that help? Not you, and certainly not the addicted person that you love. It's time to stop being scared. We must stop burying our heads in the sand, and stand up and fight addiction.

Addiction is not a choice it is a disease--an illness. When we start treating it as such, we will begin to heal those deep wounds in an addict's life, and the lives of their family members. 

This will also foster understanding within their communities. An addict and their family should never feel alone or pushed aside and that's why The I Love You More Than You Know Project is here. For the suffering addicts, their families, and community, let’s come together and fight this battle along side of each other. Let’s be that someone that loves another more than they know. Let’s change the world, together. 

Will you join us?


We are holding our first annual softball tournament on July 9th, 2016 at North End Athletic Fields in Hamilton, OH. For more details or for how to get involved, please click here.



Many people are fortunate enough to not have to experience addiction. Whether that be themselves or a loved one. We undestand that many people have their opinions and that they are entitled to that. But before one makes an assumption about something they have never experienced, why is that fair to someone who has? For that reason, we ask to keep all negative comments to yourself. We are working on brightening our community, and battle addiction head on, one step at a time. 

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