Addiction has reached epidemic proportions in American and around the globe. Dealing with addiction, either as the parent of addicted loved ones or as an active user, is as bad as it gets.
Articles come from real-life experiences, either from recovering addicts or parents of addicted loved ones, including our own. Our son is a recovering heroin addict. We tell our story about what we learned to deal with his addiction.
The journey for parents and family members of addicted loved ones is often fraught with turmoil. It is a family disease.
We also share stories of how to find help for family members and for those in active addiction. Each article has a resource section included.
Many family members find themselves isolated and alone in their struggles. The real-life stories and resources in every article offer hope for anyone seeking education and support.