My guest today, Christine Naman, offered me unusually candid insights in matters of addiction in younger adults and how they are not as “uncommon” a many think. Drugs are so available, so commonly used by young adults and so especially soothing to the bullied and unaccepted child. Although not limited to the unpopular kids.
What Christine brings to us is a brutally honest assessment of the role of a caring parent often denial and even and enabler an addiction.
This is no doubt this one of the most important interviews on the Next Chapter with Charlie.
Be prepared. You will be educated by a bright and experienced parent of a child addict.
Let’s hear what Christine Naman, so graciously teaches us from the very depths of her very being.
Be sure to check out Christine’s important book: About Natalie: A Daughter’s Addiction. A Mother’s Love.