Your spouse is relying too much on pain pills, using more than prescribed, and going to different doctors to get multiple prescriptions. Your adult daughter has lost her job and is now drinking more than she ever did. Your best friend has been to drug and alcohol...
We often talk about how loved ones of people with addiction should set boundaries to encourage the addicted person to get treatment. For example, set a rule that no alcohol or drugs are allowed in the house, or draw a line at how much financial support you’ll provide....
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