What do you do when you see a friend drinking themselves to death?
Alcoholism is a baffling and frustrating disease. Watching someone drink themself to death is heartbreaking. You want to help the alcoholic but how? Everything you do seems wrong. The alcoholic keeps drinking. This hub offers education about what alcoholism is and is not. And action steps to intervene and get the alcoholic in your life into sobriety. read more
Consider gathering friends and family and conduct an intervention with someone skilled to facilitate the session... plus keep loving them and "see" them seeing the light! Hold them in your positive thoughts in the outcome you'd like to see them in...
by ngureco12 months ago
Should putting my alcoholic husband in jail for 9 months make him stop drinking alcohol?If it can work, then I just have to fake something that will see him in jail for no less than 9 month.
by Debra Allen9 years ago
I was going to make a hib of this but there would be too much posted from my other site that is going down.On my site I posted this and got lots of responses form non alcoholics and Revoverying and recoverd...
by ngureco7 years ago
My husband is an alcoholic. His pay slips now reads net pay $21.65/month. Should I divorce him?We have been married for 17 years. He has taken many loans resulting in a net pay of $21.65 per month. He can take three...
by KikiCobain5 years ago
Would you regard someone as an alcoholic if they consumed atleast 2 beers, most, if not every day?
by britt12155 years ago
can i be an alcoholic because of my parents?
by Richard Gordon Burns, J.D., CDAAC2 years ago
Every one of the first three members of Alcoholics Anonymous had received Christian upbringing. Each had studied the Bible. Each believed in God. And each was cured of alcoholism by the power of God and said so.For...
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