How to Cope When a Loved One is Addicted

How to Cope When a Loved One is Addicted

Addiction leads to serious problems, physically, mentally, and financially. Drugs and alcohol damage major body organs, such as the liver, heart, stomach, brain, and kidneys. The damage from drug and alcohol use can result in lifelong health complications and even...
Ways the Family can Heal After Addiction

Ways the Family can Heal After Addiction

When a person is addicted, he or she does not suffer alone. Addiction is a family disease and when one person is suffering with addiction, family members suffer, too. Fortunately, there are ways a family can heal when a loved one gets treatment. Here are some ways the...
Surviving Childhood with Addiction in the Family

Surviving Childhood with Addiction in the Family

Children of parents who struggle with alcoholism are at risk of experiencing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, and drug or alcohol abuse. Children of parents with an addiction can feel uncertain, unstable, neglected, disorganized,...
Telling Loved Ones about Your Addiction

Telling Loved Ones about Your Addiction

Admitting you are struggling with addiction is the first step to long-term recovery. Telling your loved ones that you have an addiction and need help can be extremely difficult. Addiction has a stigma in our society and that false perception can lead to shame and...
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