What is an enabler?

An enabler is a person whose behavior is intended as supportive, but allows another person to continue patterns of behavior that are destructive. For example, letting a person abuse drugs or alcohol live with you is an example of sheltering them from the consequences of their actions.

Heather is a content writer from Ohio who has a sincere passion for psychology and addiction recovery. Her areas of interest include alcoholism, depression, and recovery options, to name a few.

Heather is a content writer from Ohio who has a sincere passion for psychology and addiction recovery. Her areas of interest include alcoholism, depression, and recovery options, to name a few.

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