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Although addiction thrives in secrecy and isolation, families do not. It can be difficult to learn how to communicate again and how to trust after a partner, sibling, or parent has started to work through an addiction. There can be confusion, mistrust, and resentment that has built up over time. You might not feel like you can recognize your family member all the time, but you know the person you really know is in there somewhere. It just feels like walking through a maze to find them.

The therapists at Relate Family Therapy and Counseling can help you address the issues that surround how addiction has affected your family dynamic. They can help you find your family member in that maze, as well as build a safe, supportive relationship along the way. There’s a lot of pain for everyone when someone loses their way in addiction, but you can all come out of it together.