Secret Thoughts About Your Loved One's Addiction

Updated: Jul 11


In the past, I've talked a lot about what goes on in the mind of someone struggling with substance use disorder & alcoholism. Addiction THRIVES in darkness, so today, I'm going to shed light on the shocking truth of what goes on in the mind of an addicted person's family members. Plus, the secret thoughts you've probably had many times, but don't want to admit it.


Having an addicted loved one is enough to push you over the edge. It's only natural to have negative thoughts about the situation. You don't have to live in shame and guilt any longer and I promise you're not the only one having these secret thoughts.


Amber Hollingsworth,

Hope for Families Recovery Center


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Greenville, SC 29615

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F) 864-670-5320

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