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This is a serious and complex topic that deserves so much more than black or white thinking. I think there’s some well meaning here in sharing so much concern for children, but humour me this OP: - are you saying that it isn't possible for there to be successful treatment of addiction? - its great that you express a caring for children, but given there is an addiction (no matter how any given person got there) are you saying that the best possible outcome in a case of addiction isn't the mother/father/sister/brother getting their child/spouse/sibling back in a case of successful treatment and having a restored family unit? - why is it only possible to care for one person/side effected in a case of addiction, and why must caring for one be seen as caring any less for another? I hope that another person or two with a story of struggling with or overcoming addiction considers sharing it in this thread. I can’t promise you won’t run into some OP-ish mindset but I can almost guarantee there are others like me that want to hear how your story puts this topic in context.
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