SOMETIME A PARENT GRIEVES FOR THE LOSS CHILD WHEN HE IS STILL ALIVE. PARENTS, FRIENDS AND FAMILY PLAYS CRUCIAL ROLE OF HELP AGAINST ADDICTION
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Drug addiction is a disease that affects the entire family. When one member of a family suffers, oftentimes the entire family suffers. In some instances, loved ones who struggle with addiction may begin to engage in covert or otherwise questionable behaviors in order to continue their drug or alcohol abuse.
These behaviors may include:
- Manipulating family members.
Statistics show that the children of individuals who suffer from addiction are more likely to suffer from behavioral problems and potential genetic predispositions that render them more vulnerable to developing addictions as well.
Over time, the destructive influence of drug use within a family can cause family members to feel helpless. The truth is, however, that families are not helpless when it comes to protecting themselves and their loved one who is struggling with addiction.
One of the most challenging roles to be played in an addict’s life is to be the interventionist, to confront the addict and ask him to seek help. This responsibility almost always falls on family members. Nobody admits mistakes. Denial is always what makes the process difficult. The first intervention team is always the family of the patient. But when all efforts fail, you might want to seek professional help from “ I can recovery” . We offer family members supportive services:
- Intervention Planning
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling