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Helping Your Family Adjust to Life After Treatment – Allison Spratt

As I finished painting my daughter’s room, I prepared myself and her for recovery. We made a motto to help her fight this diseases, as a family. We always followed our guts in making important decisions with her. We took many small steps because it’s so imperative for recovery to be a slow and gentle process.

Key Takeaways:

  • I cleaned the house and bought flowers to make every room look bright and happy. We did it, I thought to myself.
  • My husband and I were standing in the waiting room, eagerly anticipating her arrival. We could hear the kids singing goodbye.
  • When she returned home, we had to come up with some plans that would change our lifestyles in a major way.

“My husband and I were standing in the waiting room, eagerly anticipating her arrival. We could hear the kids singing goodbye.”

https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/blog/2016/11/03/helping-your-family-adjust-life-after-treatment-allison-spratt/

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