Do you worry about "enabling"
your son or daughter who struggles with addiction?

You're not the only one who worries. Many parents I work with want to help their kids, but they're confused by the mixed messages about "enabling".

We too often present “enabling" in stark terms, but in reality, it's not clear-cut.

Enabling, by definition, involves giving someone the authority or means to do something. The key lies in understanding what you're empowering your child to do.

Are your actions supporting their health and well-being, or are they inadvertently facilitating substance use?

"A New Perspective About 'Enabling': A Guide for Parents Who Want To Help Their Child But Aren't Sure How," helps you answer that question.

The guide will give you 3 key tools:

  • A new understanding of "enabling" so you feel confident about how you choose to help your child
  • Decrease the chaos in your home and increase your connection with your child because connection = opportunities to influence.
  • 3 science-backed ways to help your child be open to and ready for change even if they say they don't want help.

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