Dating services for alcoholics in recovery

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When you change how you deal with your adult children they too are forced to change.

How they change isn’t predictable, but they will change. Initially they will probably escalate their aggressive behaviors to get you to return to the old status quo, no matter how awful that really was for everyone. It’s hard to stand up to the drunk or the druggie when they have no restraints on what they will say or do.

The reality is, however, that we can’t change anyone but ourselves.

Funds intended to benefit the grandchildren disappear without benefiting anyone. Though it takes toughness that’s hard to muster and support which is even harder to find, there are alternatives.

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Good is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, medical treatment, or therapy.

You need to know, regardless of the outcome, that you have done everything possible, given every opportunity, and explored every option.

The process of genuinely helping an adult child is difficult at best and outcomes, regardless of advertising copy, are very uncertain.

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