When one person falls into substance abuse it affects the entire family. During this trying time, it’s important for all involved to be there for one another. Here are seven ways families can show support to a loved one in substance abuse treatment:
One of the most difficult challenges in life is trying to help someone who has an addiction. Even more challenging, however, is identifying an addiction when it happens. Let’s face it, some people are experts at hiding their painkiller dependency. If you suspect that it may be happening to a close friend or loved one, then the best action you can take is to learn the signs. Below are nine symptoms of a pain pill addiction. If you notice a combination of these signs, then take action to help this person.
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