Collateral Damage: Exploring the Devastating Impact an Addict has on Their Loved Ones

Collateral Damage was coined during the Vietnam War as a way to describe the unintended injury, damage, or worse as a result of military operations. For the loved ones of an addict, the collateral damage of an addiction can permeate every aspect of their lives.

Many family members of addicts find their lives completely consumed by the addict. This can result in tremendous confusion, suffering, loss of identity and possibly worse.

Rabbi Simon Jacobson, a world-famous scholar and Jewish mystic. Miriam H. and Stephanie Pollak. Join host Eli Nash as they attempt to put words to this devastating experience

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