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suppose a father is a drunk and by being thus, neglects his duties as a father t

  1. sikaruku profile image68
    sikarukuposted 7 years ago

    suppose a father is a drunk and by being thus, neglects his duties as a father towards the...

    family. How best would you advise the children and their mother towards saving their family?

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    tryoneposted 7 years ago

    You're basing this around him being drunk instead of being a father not doing anything and this is two different logic of perspective.

    Many have fathers that do his drinking and still when sober contribute to the house.

  3. aheil profile image61
    aheilposted 7 years ago

    I would advise you to check out:

    http://developyourlife.net/addiction/al … tions.html

    It has all you need to know about alcohol and other things. Something else you might want to look at is:

    http://developyourlife.net/parenting.html

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    SpaceAgeposted 7 years ago

    yes, i even had 2 leave when both my drunken parents abused/neglected me. cps stepped right in after 13 yrs & rescued me. my parents didn't want 2 send me any clothes w/ the social worker until the sheriff came out & threatened them w/ arrest if they didn't comply. my parents were BOTH self-centered drunkards who didn't care 4 us kids, & they even killed my sister 2 yrs B4 my birth. there were many times when i nearly died in their care. it was a miracle i survived & live 2 tell what really happened behind closed doors. alcohol really does make ppl do things they really won't when sober. it wasn't until my early adulthood that some 1 explained 2 me the right way 2 use alcohol in a proper manner. she was attending law enforcement classes 2 become a cop. she explained 2 me that u can use something like a seagrams once every 6 mos 4 health maintenance, (which she did). she explained that the way if used right & not abused, alcohol can have actually good benefits. i learned just how right she was when i had bronchitis & didn't have insurance, or a way 2 pay medical expenses. a friend of mine told me about how dr's gave up on him when he was a baby, & his desperate dad gave him a teaspoonful of whisky that saved his life. on my turn, i discovered how a teaspoonful of a certain type of brandy got rid on bronchitis in a matter of hrs after taken. there's a right way, & a wrong way 2 use alcohol. when ppl like my parents misused it, it caused them 2 abuse me when they wouldn't do it sober. i saw them sober, & i saw them drunk. when ppl go 2 far w/ alcohol, it'll rule. when used properly, the proper user rules it. it's not the alcohol that's dangerous; it's what we do w/ it that matters. when innocent lives r involved, we must take responsibility 2 care 4 those entrusted 2 us. when we have such a big responsibility, we must assure our lifestyles allow us 2 do our absolute best in caring 4 those entrusted 2 us

 
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