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Helpful behaviors may increase alcohol abuse in those with previous dependence

09:37 EST 12 Feb 2020 | Science Blog

Past research has long established that co-dependency and enabling behaviors are detrimental, but a new study from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln suggests well-intentioned, healthy support from an intimate partner can be counterproductive when not guided by a professional counseling process. Husker psychologist Rebecca Brock and graduate student Frances Calkins studied a sample of 59 low-income […]

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