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"How to Help an Alcoholic, help with alcoholism and Living with an Alcoholic.
Help for family and friends,

How to help an alcoholic - Help for family and friends of an Alcoholic

1:25 Alcoholic acceptance
2:22 Family buying Alcohol for loved ones
3:07 Visions of grandeur (when watching TV)
4:30 You don't have to listen to the same story's from them every night
5:14 Family, Don't leave them lying in the street
6:33 advising him to tell people hes an alcoholic, will only make things worse.
9:56 Rehabilitation centers have people from all walks of life
12:02 One good thing out loosing everything, you can now do what you want in life
13:08 Start acting like an adult
15:08 Rehab is not like what you see on TV

Directly or indirectly, every community is affected by alcoholism and drug dependence, as is every family. Husbands and Wives, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Parents, Mam and Dad, Relatives and Friends.

Concerned Family and Friends of a loved ones, effected by alcohol addiction: Directly or indirectly alcoholism can destroy family's, split divisions between certain members, causing untold damage in the long term.

There is help for alcoholics, there is alcoholic rehab centers and help with alcohol addiction services.

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"I was a completely different person when I drank. Trouble brewed wherever I appeared. Yes, some times were fun and I behaved, but majority of the time I was terrible. I did things I would have never done sober."


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