Enabling isn't a thing? Will you expand on that and common misconceptions please?Iam not too familiar of them ouside the post-tehab & post relapse ramblings of my alcoholic Uncle. For years and ears his siblings accused my grandparents of enabling his reckless behaviors byenablung him to erase consequences of his irresponsible actions. I. beleivehelpingvhim take on these responsibilities at thee
him up for financial consequences. He's now, good for him,got his shit together, and at age 57, working to set himself up for a likely doable retirement planI'm trying to understand how my uncle was not enabled to make terrible life choices.