Where is the line between supporting a family member through their recovery and relapses and walking away? He wants to get clean but has had 2 relapses in 1 year (Oxycontin). He is in counceling now (not before) and has support in his church. Do I remind him we all love him and will help him through it (for support) or tell him he's out of the family (to scare him with tough love)? It seems a little soon in the game to throw him out of the family, but I hear about the tough love thing and I want to do what is right for him.
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