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Nolvadex (Tamoxifen)

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COMING OFF DRUGS: LEARNING TO CARE FOR OTHERS
Even for somebody trying their hardest to change their attitudes, some aspects of life remain difficult. It’s sometimes quite easy to practise the principles of a new life in the world outside, but very difficult to practise them in the home.
The family and its relationships are often a persistent source of difficulty to recovering addicts. Most addicts come into NA or AA with their relationships in tatters. Drugs have come between them and friends, family and partners. Indeed, drugs have often destroyed their ability to express care for others.
As we have said, addicts prefer to get stoned in company, and sometimes drug users will even introduce their younger brothers and sisters to drugs. They only think of their own selfish needs and do not stop to think of the possible outcome.
It is little wonder, therefore, that by the time addicts reach NA or AA there is a trail of broken relationships and emotional damage to others in the past. Drug addiction harms not only the addicts, but also those around them. Indeed, specialists call drug dependence a family illness because of the emotional damage to all those around the addict or alcoholic.
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