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How To Deal With A Brainwashed Person

How To Deal With A Brainwashed Person

The concept of “brainwashing” sounds more like the realm of sci-fi and horror films than an issue related to substance and addiction, but it is actually much more prevalent than you might think. For loved ones bearing witness to a friend, partner, or family member...

A Guide for Children With Addicted Parents

A Guide for Children With Addicted Parents

Substance abuse is no respecter of innocent people. Many children throughout the United States grow up in a household where addiction is present; the number is somewhere close to 25 percent of American kids. That’s 18 million children throughout the United States that...

What To Do As The Spouse of An Addict

What To Do As The Spouse of An Addict

Substance abuse is very complicated; there’s nothing average about it. A vast amount of users deal with various life circumstances and need the care to cater to their unique needs. In other words, no one person’s experiences with substance abuse are exactly...

Our Favorite Books About Codependency

Our Favorite Books About Codependency

Codependency and drug addiction are closely correlated to one another. Codependence is defined as a physical, psychological, or emotional reliance on a dysfunctional relationship, usually involving the care of a person with an illness or addiction. At its root,...

Talking To Your Children About Addiction

Talking To Your Children About Addiction

Addiction is a family disease that reaches spouses, parents, siblings, and most of all, their children. The impact of a loved one's drug or alcohol abuse can be felt far beyond the individual using drugs. Addiction can affect finances, lead to violence or other...

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