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Narcotics Anonymous. (2010) Parents and carers handbook. Dublin: Narcotics Anonymous.

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Addiction is a family illness and many of us have parents or children affected by our disease. Our families have suffered and we often feel shame and guilt in relation to this. It is important that we find identification and look for similarities between us and other recovering addicts. Many of us have partners or ex-partners who are addicts, some of whom are in recovery, some of whom are not. As the fellowship grows and changes, so do the needs of our members – it is important that any addict is welcome to attend our meetings.

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