PORTSMOUTH – Children of addicted parents are unseen victims of a situation they do not understand and are not equipped to handle. They are often angry, embarrassed and fearful and they need help and support.“One of four kids in the United States are affected,” said Jerry Moe, national director of children’s programs at the Betty Ford Center. “The numbers are huge and while we say this is a family disease, it is a parent or parents who are addicted. But,
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Children: The unseen victims of addiction
July 23 2017