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An addict in the family: how to cope with the anguish

Self-care is essential for family members who love a friend or relative with a substance use problem.

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“As we learn to let go, however, we can see how things can be resolved seemingly on their own. Eventually, we learn to trust the process. Over time we gain confidence that everything will turn out for the

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Rae Perry

A person who thinks about a lot of things and sometimes writes helpful articles about them. newthoughtrightaction@gmail.com

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