As a psychiatric and psychological disease, addiction can change people’s lives entirely. Abusing drugs or alcohol profoundly affects their brain, making them completely different persons, barely recognisable even by their family members. Such people who battle addiction often say and do things that may cause emotional trauma to their loved ones.
While it’s true that addictions can ruin relationships, these relationships, particularly the ones in their immediate families, can serve as vital resources for recovery. Experts consider having a supportive family as one of the four fundamental pillars of addiction recovery and healing. Unfortunately, most people do not have enough skills to help someone with an addiction, even if they have good intentions. Furthermore, most families focus on supporting their loved ones with addiction; they often forget to care for themselves.
This article will highlight the common issues that the families of the addicts face and discuss different ways to support themselves as they help their loved ones recover.
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