By Jim Orford
Addiction Dilemmas explores the impression of habit on these closest to the participants affected and their households. Drawing on a variety of resources, the booklet discusses the stresses and lines that relatives are subjected to, the dilemmas that they face, and the coping options that they have got stumbled on useful.
Draws on a special breadth of fabric to demonstrate the dilemmas confronted through family in dealing with a detailed relative's addiction
Raises questions and issues to controversies instead of dishing out prescriptive "one dimension matches all" advice
Brings jointly money owed from examine interviews, biography, autobiography and suitable fiction in an artistic and unique way
Tackles universal misunderstandings at public, practitioner, scholarly and coverage degrees in regards to the predicaments that kin more often than not locate themselves in
Each bankruptcy closes with a remark, questions and routines designed to extra improve knowing for execs and students
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Could the doctor have been more active in some way? What do you think of the remark made by the therapist about wife number one sounding a bit patronizing and powerful? Has she fallen right into the old trap of blaming a wife for doing what is expected of all wives, namely to protect her family and to safeguard the family’s health and happiness? Is it the therapist here who is being patronizing?! Or do you think she might have a point? Exercises r Assume that, like the ﬁrst wife in this chapter, you are a woman whose partner is developing an addiction to gambling but who feels she can no longer talk to either her parents or her partner’s parents about it.
Surely the idea of parents informing on their own children was instinctively repugnant to many people. It might sound like the sort of thing you would associate with a totalitarian regime, with George Orwell’s 1984. To many people it just wouldn’t seem right for a parent to do that. But why shouldn’t parents respond in that way if they’ve tried all the nice things, Peter replied. At what stage do you draw the line? Humphrys didn’t let this go, pointing out to Peter that he had gone one stage further and actually reported the fact that Tim had committed a theft.
Tim was taking a positive attitude and looking for other work, although having a criminal record made that more difﬁcult. For his part Peter said he believed he was now more of a loving father than he had been previously, a bit softer perhaps now he had done the hard thing. His greatest desire now was to help his son. Several other families also told their stories, some of whom had used a tough approach with their young adult sons (all were sons) who had caused their families difﬁculties through their drinking or other drug-taking.
Addiction Dilemmas: Family Experiences from Literature and Research and their Lessons for Practice by Jim Orford