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When loved ones are addicted to cocaine, they may not understand that a problem even exists or that treatment is necessary and may not seek help on their own. Families may need to work to convince loved ones that help is needed to turn things around.
Drugs like cocaine can interfere with individuals normal thought processes, making it hard for them to understand that change is necessary for their emotional and physical health as well as for the good of those around them.
Family members and loved ones can help to facilitate this realization.
Don’t tempt fate by ignoring or denying your or your loved one’s drug or alcohol problem.
Don’t let yourself or your loved one become another statistic by losing everything, possibly even life itself, to addiction!
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