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Friday, April 03, 2020


Hello Debbie, and Howard,

Thanks for sharing these great tips especially during this trying time for families and their loved ones suffering from addictions. It makes sense how those struggling with addictions are even more vulnerable now that a lot of facilities that provide support are closed during the pandemic of COVID19. The tips and insights provided in this article help to shape an appropriate perspective and provide much needed encouragement to addicts and their families as they get used to a "new normal" and struggle with relapses. There is solid advice and a source of hope in what has been shared here.

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