A Father's View of His Son's Addiction


Many people can't face addiction - the sight of someone they love struggling to maintain control of their lives can be overwhelming. Any parent, for example, will tell you that they don't want to see their child in pain, but dealing with addiction is a difficult and painful time.


Bob Hoopert shared his personal experience with his son's addiction. The two main points of his presentation are that we all need to be aware of the dangers that surround us and that our children need to be encouraged to live their lives to the fullest without drugs and alcohol.

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