From our perspective, the goal of family therapy is not to change the experiences that have already occurred but to accept the damage from the past and accept that they have the ability to use slow gentle movements to reach change, growth, and reestablish love between the family members. The first movement that Good Heart works on with family members dealing with addiction is the acknowledgment that there has been suffering as a result of emotions, thoughts, and behaviors over many years. Next, we acknowledge that the suffering that has occurred within the family dynamics is usually a result of the attachment to the loved one’s safety security and wellness. Family members are invested, in a positive way, however, that investment gives forth room for pain. Our final movement of family therapy is to heal the family through the ability of each individual to use mindful compassion to battle the anxiety, anger, hopelessness, and fear they are currently experiencing. With this compassion comes kindness, the movement towards a better future all involved, and an easier ability to love.