If the thought of spending time with your family this holiday makes you to feel anxious and apprehensive, you’re not alone. Despite knowing that many are in the same exact position, you may be inclined to label yourself as a bad person, especially if one (or more) of your loved ones suffer from an addiction. But, you’re NOT a terrible person. You are, in fact, human.
If you’re at a loss for how to make it through the holidays while managing this difficult situation, visit The Clearing’s blog to read their full post, 7 Ways to Deal with Your Loved One’s Addiction During the Holidays. These tips are truly wonderful and I believe they can help a great deal.