When your child is struggling, it’s easy to put your own well-being on the back burner.
In my work with families, parents often ask, “What should I do when I know my kid is lying to me?” Here’s my advice.
When young people struggle with addiction, people often point fingers at mom. But if we want people to heal, “mom blame” has to stop.
There’s a problem with calling loved ones and caretakers “enablers.”
We’re encouraged to give the addicts in their lives an ultimatum―shape up or I’ll cut you off. But does that really work?
A compassionate approach goes a longer way than you might think.
Recovery often isn’t what you’d expect. As an alternative treatment program, it is important to deconstruct these dominant ideas.