Getting Involved in Your Child’s Transition Home

When your child returns home from residential treatment, it is important that you remain active in their recovery and support them through their transition home. Trust in the lessons they have learned and allowing them to learn from you. When your child is in treatment for addiction or other behavioral health issues, it is encouraged […]

How to Let Go of What Your Relationship Was

When kids grow up, their relationships with their parents might change. When your teenager was a small child, you might have had an easier time managing the relationship. Small children look to their parents for guidance, companionship, role modeling, and meeting all their needs. As kids get older, they gain more autonomy and find influences […]

Am I Enabling Addiction or Keeping My Child Alive?

When a child struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, parents might begin blaming themselves for their child’s behaviors. One parent might accuse the other of enabling the addiction. The other parent could feel shame, as they blame themselves for what has happened. They fear the judgment and accusations of others, who might be […]