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3 Small Steps to Cure Failure to Launch

3 Small Steps to Cure Failure to Launch

If your adult child still lives at home with you, their failure to launch can easily become a source of tension in the household. And when that failure to launch is accompanied by a substance use disorder or behavioral addiction, it’s often hard to tell which is...
Handling Divorce in Recovery

Handling Divorce in Recovery

For some marriages, a spouse’s addiction is a contributing factor that ultimately leads to divorce. If you are going through a divorce in recovery, your life may seem more tumultuous than it’s ever been. By focusing on new beginnings and adhering to your...
Dealing with the Enabler in Your Family

Dealing with the Enabler in Your Family

Addiction is a disease, but not everyone understands this. Many people misunderstand what addiction or substance abuse is, and this misunderstanding could be enabling a close family member or friend to continue their destructive behavior. The classic enabler makes...
My Mom Is Addicted: What Do I Do?

My Mom Is Addicted: What Do I Do?

If your mom is showing signs of addiction, it may be a good idea to directly address the situation. The problem can cause you a lot of emotional and physical stress, and substance use poses a threat to her health. Young people sometimes feel ashamed about their...
They’re Done with Rehab: What Now?

They’re Done with Rehab: What Now?

Your loved one is done with rehab, which is a major accomplishment. However, a person who is fresh from rehab will be adjusting to life outside of a highly structured treatment setting. Independent living may be overwhelming because now they have to plan their own...