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In the article There Is No Blame There Is Only Love by Ann Karasinski she describes the struggles she went through to help aid her daughter to recover from a heroin addiction I believe that Karasinski could have done much more to help her daughter in the beginning and her methods of aid were poorly fashioned and exocentric Karasinski needed to be ready to help her daughter when her daughter was ready it is because Ive seen my mom save my cousin and I have saved a friend myself from addiction that I know it could have been handled differentlyAnn Karasinski is a retired school psychologist and she is also a mother and grandmother Katie her daughter was once addicted to heroin is currently in rehab She had high hopes and dreams for her daughter but when she found out about her addiction she didnt know how to respond to it She blamed everyone her ex-husband Katies friends the divorce and herself She took Katie to rehab once she was out of rehab controlled Katies every move She monitored everything as though curing heroin addiction was as simple as nursing a cold Eventually Katie left Karasinskis home she tried to understand and ultimately the fight turned into hope and accepted the reality of the situation To Karasinski life goes on but it doesnt really matter her daughter became addicted to heroin Now they meet every Friday for breakfast Katie has been in rehab for 2 years and has a 16 month old son According to Karasinsky sometimes there is pain and sorrow but there is no blame She believes there is only loveKarasinski must be prepared to help her daughter the same way my mother was ready to help my cousin get over her addiction when she reached out for help My cousin and I used to look so much alike when we were younger that people often asked if we were sisters perhaps even
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