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Title: Addiction in spite of their wealth and status, The children of wealth are really no better or different from anyone else.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Earning a living can provide boundaries that set off alarms that we respond to where necessary. But, for the person with wealth, that bou...
Earning a living can provide boundaries that set off alarms that we respond to where necessary. But, for the person with wealth, that boundary is often removed. There is no bottom. The need to earn a paycheck may not exist and bills get paid whether the substance abuser is using or not. Addicted parents can “buy out” of parenting by hiring others to do their job whether they are using or not. This can mean that even thought the wealthy person or parent can be extremely sick and addicted, outward appearances are more or less maintained. The wolf never gets to the door. The child in this circumstance suffers deeply. While to the outer world he may seem fortunate, the inner world of his family is falling apart and he is living a split identity. In the absence of the kinds of constraints that would bring most families to their knees, this family lives with a wound that never heals, a constant low level of desperation. Smiling to the world in which they operate has the effect of making them feel that they are unseen and living a lie.

On the other hand, this is also the family who has access to the best resources money can buy and the wit and savvy to use them. Being able to reach out for help, gives this group an excellent chance at recovery. It does require, however, that the family, addict, enabler et al, come to the humble realization that they have fallen prey to an illness that is bigger than they are. In short, that in spite of their wealth and status, they are really no better or different from anyone else.
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