In the 21st century, drug use has become an increasingly common problem. We are confronted with an epidemic of drug addiction that counts millions of users. At this point, about 14 percent of adults, the elderly and teenagers use some psychoactive substance, whether illegal opiates or addictive pills.
Drug addiction destroys the family, as it does not affect an individual, but all the members of his or her family.
Although many addictions are considered personal experiences, they are by no means a one-way street. Their adverse effect devastates the user, so he does not understand the real impact of his actions on himself, let alone how the drug affects his family. Namely, spouses, children, and parents witness the collapse of a member of their family. Consequently, they are directly affected by his behavior and actions.