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1. What are the steps in the adjustment stage of family addiction?
2. What are the aspects in the development of a protective persona?
3. What are the important aspects of the hopelessness stage?
4. What are the ways the addictive process affects a couple?
5. What are the things to consider when looking at the effect addiction has on children?
6. What are the key steps family members of addicts make as they become ready to enter recovery?


A. negative attachments, unbridgeable gulfs, living in a state of trauma, and connections no longer hold.
B. The initial agreement of the relationship breaks down, anxiety is created due to the breakdown, and the co-addict becomes the sole keeper of the initial agreement .
C. Polarization of the family, distancing, the breakdown of family rituals, the creation of new rules, and shame and blame.
D. the erosion of trust, avoidance and control, the family becomes reactive, communication breakdown, and monitoring.
E. the innocence of children, the attachment of the child to the addict, and the age and development status of the child.
F. Accepting that the family cannot control the course of addiction, realizing that family interactions have been controlled by the addictive process, and finding out addiction is an illness.

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