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We were too afraid to ask questions because of what might happen if we did.
As the situation got worse, we became more frantic.
Our attempts to help did not seem to make things any better. By coming to Narateen meetings, we learn drug addiction is a disease. For the addicts seeking help, drug recovery programs are available.
It is not our fault our friends or relatives became addicts. However, Narateen is designed for us – the teenaged brother, sister, child, or friend of the addict.
If you're a teen and someone important to you is an addict, you can find support in a Narateen group. If there isn't a group near you, talk to someone in a Nar-Anon group to ask if they could facilitate a Narateen group.
Through group meetings, we learn each other's effective ways of coping, while gaining some peace of mind and hope for a better way to live.
We help each other by sharing our experience, strength and hope.
This way we feel free to say what's on our minds and in our hearts.
To protect everyone's anonymity, we only use first names.
The names and stories shared in confidence aren't repeated outside of group meetings.
You won't be forced to speak, but you can always ask questions after meetings.
We understand how you feel, so know that it's a great relief to learn about more effective ways to cope with this disease. The World Service Narateen Committee is looking for submissions to create a Narateen 31 Day Reader.