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How to Let Go of Resentment Towards Your Addicted Parent

By |2018-07-30T11:50:38-04:00April 10th, 2018|Family Resource, For Families of Addicts|

Parents are supposed to provide their children with a source of support, strength, and unconditional love. Unfortunately, the parent-child relationship can be severely strained by the burden of addiction. Find a Way to Confront Your Feelings Parental addiction is more common than one might expect. Studies estimate that more than 28 million people in the [...]

Post Rehab Do’s and Don’ts for Loved Ones

By |2018-07-30T12:26:17-04:00December 11th, 2017|Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Family Resource, For Families of Addicts, Personal Growth, Practicing Recovery|

When your loved one comes home from rehab, it's natural to be nervous about what comes next. This guide will give you a basic framework for navigating some of the common challenges faced during the post-rehab adjustment period. Do Take Time to Educate Yourself If you've never struggled with drug or alcohol abuse yourself, it [...]

Adult Children of Alcoholics: 5 Tips to Help You Heal the Wounds from a Traumatic Childhood

By |2019-09-14T15:55:08-04:00June 5th, 2017|Family Resource, For Families of Addicts|

Adult children of alcoholics are often described as "co-victims" who develop many of the same characteristics associated with alcoholism, even if they've never taken a drink themselves. If you're struggling to come to terms with the trauma you suffered due to a parent's drinking, read on for tips about how to begin the healing process. [...]