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Episode 29 – The Impact of Addiction on the Family

Episode 29 – The Impact of Addiction on the Family

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 29 – The Impact of Addiction on the Family

A conversation between Andrea and Paul Garrigan

In this episode of the podcast, Andrea chats about the other side of addiction. In rehab, the emphasis needs to be on helping the individual to escape drug abuse, but what can be done to heal the family also impacted by this addiction. Some of the topics covered in the show include:

Andrea, Social Media & Website Manager at Hope Rehab

The book mentioned by Andrea near the end of the podcast is Daddy, Where Were You?: Healing for the Father-Deprived Daughter by Heather Harpham Kopp

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