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SFP 003 – How does addiction affect families? How does drug and alcohol use hurt marriages and relationships?

In this episode of The Sober Families Podcast, we talked with Dr. Christeine Terry about the kinds of costs that addiction to drugs and alcohol can have for families. If you’re listening to this podcast, you’ve probably experienced first-hand the damaging effects of addiction on you, your family, and your addicted love one. Addiction has many costs, and some of the most “expensive” costs of addiction are the negative impacts it has on family members. In today’s show, will be discussing how addiction impacts families, as well […]

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By |07 Nov 13|Categories: Podcast||0 Comments

SFP 002 – Understanding Addiction: What is it? How do I know when my loved one is addicted? What Can I do?

In this episode of The Sober Families Podcast, we talked with Dr. Christeine Terry about addiction: what it is, how to identify it, and how family members can respond. We’ve all heard terms like addiction, alcoholism, but what does is mean to be addicted? How can we tell the difference between every day substance use that’s not harmful, and patterns of addiction that are harmful? These are the kinds of questions addressed in this show.

Sometimes it’s really easy to tell if your loved one is addicted […]

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