Parenting Adult Children with Addiction

Parenting adult children with addiction means living with daily fear. Many parents help manage this fear by taking care of their adult child responsibilities. It's hard for any parent to watch their child go through difficulties in life, but for those of you parenting an addicted child, these difficulties are likely much more extreme.

As an adult, your son/daughter is no longer legally your responsibility, but you may feel even more burdened with emotional and financial responsibility for your child.

In this video, we explore how and why you should allow your child to start taking ownership of their responsibilities.

Amber Hollingsworth

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