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Parents of recovering drug addicts!

Parents of recovering drug addicts have many things in common. They share the struggles of watching their own children struggle with the addiction and if they get the opportunity to see their children seek help, they get to see the daily success of recovery. Often parents of drug addicts share similar experiences and emotions, which in turn creates a bond between parents.

Many parents describe a fear, that their children will die at a young age. Sometimes anger is present because of the addict in their addiction lies so frequently to the parents. The family hopes that recovery will come or better yet that their children will seek help in an addiction treatment facility.

If a relapse occurs anger and frustration can happen all over again, creating despair and hurt feelings. The financial pressures of trying to fix the problem sometimes makes the relapse even more intense. Some families that can afford treatment find themselves going to extremes to help the addict get clean and sober.

Many families do not know that help is available for parents. A program called Nar-Anon Family Groups can help families of addicts. Please visit the site at    http://www.nar-anon.org

 

 

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