Enabling A Loved One - Drug or Alcohol Addiction

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"It is always difficult to watch a loved one suffer from discomfort, pain and distress, whether physical or psychological. When friends and family do not disengage themselves from their loved one’s emotional manipulation and when they help him or her maintain distance from their reality, they become enablers. Until the people closest to the addict stop enabling him or her, meaningful and life-saving interventions will not be effective and the addict’s behaviors will not change. #addictionrecovery #addictiontreatment #addiction #addictionrehab #addictiontreatmentcenter

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