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Bill of Rights for Kids in Familes With Addiction

Addiction affects the whole family, children too. The Kid’s Bill of Rights is an important tool that should be not only give to children in families where an addiction is present, but for a competent and safe adult to go over each entry, line-by-line and explain what each entry means.

Bill of Rights for Kids in Addiction:

You have the right to be yourself

You have the right to ask for help

You have the right to have your own opinion

You have the right to make mistakes

You have the right to your own feelings

You have the right to share your feelings with safe people

You have the right to think good thoughts about yourself

You have the right to expect a safe home

You have the right to dislike someone’s behavior

You have the right to choose your own behavior

You have the right to grow at your own pace

You have the right to know that you are not responsible for the drinking or drug problem in your home

You have the right to be heard

 

Frank Say 10/23/2017

 

Professional Recovery Intervention and Family Therapy
Professional Recovery Intervention and Family Therapy    http://www.urecover.net

 

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