Loving an Addict
Having a loved one who is an addict is difficult. It may be your son, daughter, parent or significant other who struggles with this disease. No matter who it is, it is always a hard thing to witness and could cause a strain on your relationship or whole family unit.
One often feels guilty when you have a loved one who is struggling with addiction. You may think it is your fault or that you helped or let them get to a low point. You suffer right alongside of them. It is important to remember that it is not your fault and that the relationship can be saved. Seabrook can help your family recover.
Seabrook offers a service called The Family Matrix Program. It is a 3 day family experience that helps families start to heal and reform the bonds that have been strained. It looks at the dynamics of a family and will teach your family how to deal with recovery. The program is open to the public and is offered on a weekly basis. For more information on The Family Matrix Program, call Carol Dallago at 856.455.7575 ext 1158.