Resilience in Children of Substance Users: Ways Some Children Escape the “Mimic” Rule

For the past several decades, a broad scope of scientific research has focused on understanding why some children from “user” families grow resilient to substance and alcohol abuse and some don’t. To this day, most of the available research has predominantly relied on the following factors when trying to solve this dilemma: Environmental context Individual  … Read more

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What If A Family Member Is Abusing Drugs

When a family member suffers from an illness or finds themselves in a predicament we are not familiar with; we can’t help. We feel powerless, useless and sorry that we’re unable to help someone we love to find a way out. But, what do we do when that same person happens to have a drug  … Read more

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