Parents are always struggling to find answers to important questions. Whether our children are young or adults, we constantly have to ask ourselves: What are healthy boundaries? Do these boundaries change as my children get older? At any given moment, am I helping them or controlling them? Where do my needs leave off and their needs begin? Am I loving them “too much” or not enough? How do I love my children without letting them abuse me? How do I avoid letting my love addiction get in the way of healthy parenting?
LAA for Parents was started to provide a safe place to explore questions like this. Together we will share our experience, strength and hope. As a group, we will support each other unconditionally. We will also read literature, share ideas, process information and work the 12-steps as adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Note: The LAA for Parents Literature, attached below, include Boundaries for Adult Children, Boundaries for Younger Children, Statement of Purpose, The 12-Steps for Parents, and the Definition of Recovery for Parents.
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