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PARENTING is not an easy task No matter the challenges that a parent or their child faces, it can be hard to know the right thing to do It is no wonder that oftentimes the parent of an adult child with mental illness and addiction feels alone and may not know which way to turn Knowing how and where to find help for their son or daughter is just the beginning After caPARENTING is not an easy task No matter the challenges that a parent or their child faces, it can be hard to know the right thing to do It is no wonder that oftentimes the parent of an adult child with mental illness and addiction feels alone and may not know which way to turn Knowing how and where to find help for their son or daughter is just the beginning After caring for their loved one, a parent must turn their attention to themselves as well CO OCCURRING mental illness and addiction are brain diseases that affect many individuals These diseases affect the family just as much as they affect the individual As awareness is raised, individuals and families who suffer from these disorders come out of the shadows of stigma and shame I DIDN T CAUSE IT, I CAN T CHANGE IT explains the journey taken by mothers of adult children who have experienced co occurring disorders Fourteen mothers graciously shared their stories and as varied as their experiences were, there were many common threads What it all comes down to is hope These mothers found hope and want to share the hope they found with others who are on similar journeys.
  • Title: I Didn't CAUSE It, I Can't CHANGE It: How Mothers of Adult Children with Co-occurring Disorders Have Coped
  • Author: Mary Ryan Woods Adrienne Murray
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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I Didn't CAUSE It, I Can't CHANGE It: How Mothers of Adult Children with Co-occurring Disorders Have Coped By Mary Ryan Woods Adrienne Murray PARENTING is not an easy task No matter the challenges that a parent or their child faces, it can be hard to know the right thing to do It is no wonder that oftentimes the parent of an adult child with mental illness and addiction feels alone and may not know which way to turn Knowing how and where to find help for their son or daughter is just the beginning After caPARENTING is not an easy task No matter the challenges that a parent or their child faces, it can be hard to know the right thing to do It is no wonder that oftentimes the parent of an adult child with mental illness and addiction feels alone and may not know which way to turn Knowing how and where to find help for their son or daughter is just the beginning After caring for their loved one, a parent must turn their attention to themselves as well CO OCCURRING mental illness and addiction are brain diseases that affect many individuals These diseases affect the family just as much as they affect the individual As awareness is raised, individuals and families who suffer from these disorders come out of the shadows of stigma and shame I DIDN T CAUSE IT, I CAN T CHANGE IT explains the journey taken by mothers of adult children who have experienced co occurring disorders Fourteen mothers graciously shared their stories and as varied as their experiences were, there were many common threads What it all comes down to is hope These mothers found hope and want to share the hope they found with others who are on similar journeys.

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