Therapist in Los Angeles
Darren Haber MFT

Family Ties

Sometimes the hardest thing about getting sober is ... getting sober

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Sometimes the hardest thing about getting sober is…getting sober – or rather, what “sober” means to the person in regard to their family. This is especially true for members of alcoholic or addictive families, where maintaining the status quo may require members to operate according to prescribed “roles”. Getting sober means surrendering this role, eventually, in order to become more authentic or real.

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