By Morgan Mandriota
Original Source: psychcentral.com
If you’re recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) or you love someone who is, you know just how challenging it can be to heal the harm that may have occurred. This can be especially true when it comes to repairing relationships.
But there’s hope for mending broken bonds and repairing any damage that may have been done.
Although the road to recovery can be long for everyone involved, it’s possible to make amends with those you might’ve hurt or lost in the past due to SUD.
For those in recovery, it may also be beneficial to build — or rebuild — a community of healthy, loving relationships. A support network can...click here to continue reading