Through The Archway’s Takeaway from Hunter Biden’s Memoir ‘Beautiful Things’

Hunter Biden writes in his latest memoir “in the last five years alone, my two-decades-long marriage has dissolved, guns have been put in my face, and at one point I dropped clean off the grid, living in $59-a-night Super 8 motels off I-95 while scaring my family even more than myself.” 
He describes falling into a deep addiction after the passing of his older brother, Beau. He credits his wife with helping him find sobriety. 
Addiction is a disease. The language we use with our brothers and sisters struggling with addiction is powerful. It can be that last push to get your loved one help or push them away and further into addiction. Let’s use words to heal and support.
Whether you have plans to approach someone, or anticipate loved ones approaching you about an uncomfortable topic there are ways to avoid unproductive or explosive conversations. Follow these five tips to help achieve a productive and meaningful exchange:
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Source: Through The Archway