How Parents Can Support the Siblings of Addicts

When it comes to the family dynamics of addiction, raising the siblings of addicts is difficult for any parent. Parents tend to focus too much energy and effort on the addicted child, which can leave the other children feeling neglected. If left unnoticed, this can lead to resentment and anger, as well as unresolved wounds …

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What to Do if You Suspect Teen Drug Use at Home

If you are a parent and you are suspecting teen drug use in your home, we understand and empathize with this challenge. Indeed, it is difficult finding out that you are a parent of an addict, and the stigma which can be attached to that. Knowing what to do and how to help your teen …

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Death of Amy Winehouse Reveals Dangers of Co-Occurring Disorders

Amy Winehouse suffered from the co-occurring disorders of alcohol abuse and bulimia nervosa. Thus, her death as a result of the deadly combination of these occurring disorders was not surprising. Still, as one of the great singers of her generation, the death of Amy Winehouse (14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011) to alcohol toxicity …

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