Thursday, February 15, 2018


Love Alone Can’t Treat Addiction, But It Can Make a Big Difference
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What was true when they challenged you as a toddler is just as true now: We don’t have to love the behavior, but we never stop loving our children.

This isn’t always easy. But when parents find ways to stay engaged with their child in positive, loving ways, there are better outcomes in addressing their child's substance use. It’s not only the clinical research that proves this, it’s something we hear from families time and again. Parents’ love alone is not treatment for addiction, but for many in recovery, it has made all the difference.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, find hope and inspiration from three young people in recovery. Their stories are a love letter to the parents who never gave up on them.
Read their stories

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