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10 Tips to Stop Enabling a Loved One’s Addiction

Enabling addiction involves lessening—or removing entirely—the consequences of an addict’s behavior, often unintentionally, in an attempt to help them. Addiction has real and dangerous side effects. Enabling behaviors can blunt...

Are You Enabling Someone’s Drug or Alcohol Addiction?

The idea of enabling someone’s addiction refers to how a person removes the consequences of an addict’s behavior, often unintentionally, in what they believe is an attempt to help the...

What Is Codependency Treatment?

A person who is codependent experiences emotional dependency on a relationship where they feel needed. This typically occurs with a spouse or romantic partner, but codependency can also involve children, parents, or...

Relationships and Substance Abuse

In recovery from alcohol or drug abuse, the strength of personal relationships is truly put to the test. For the partner, supporting a loved one through recovery requires a tremendous...

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