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A Television Special About Alcohol Dependency Symptoms Leads to Some Stressful and Depressing Emotions About a Young Female’s Abusive and Irresponsible Drinking

A Television Special About Alcohol Dependency Symptoms Leads to Some Stressful and   Depressing Emotions About a Young Female’s Abusive and Irresponsible Drinking

Daniel had been engaging in abusive drinking behavior since her junior year in college. Now, ten years later, she drank more than ever.  One Friday night when she was feeling ill, Daniel made up her mind to stay home, lighten up, and watch TV. While searching for a special program to watch that she would […]

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Talking to Your Physician About Your Depression and Your Drinking Problems

Talking to Your Physician About Your Depression and Your Drinking Problems

Denny is a eighteen-year-old youth who has finally determined that he needs to go and see his physician about his careless drinking. At first, Denny thought he would be able to essentially go on the Internet, look for some fundamental alcohol info and establish whether or not he was an alcoholic. Not surprisingly, he located […]

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The Main Features in A Productive Alcoholism Intervention

The Main Features in A Productive Alcoholism Intervention

What are the key elements in an effective alcohol intervention? Why do some alcohol interventions happen as expected while several fail? The Need for a Celebrated History of Intervention Attainment Scientific research makes obvious the fact that a successful alcohol intervention needs to be carried out by an intervention expert who has a celebrated history […]

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A Television Special About Alcohol Dependence Signs and Symptoms Results in Some Tense and Discouraging Thoughts About a Young Woman’s Alcohol Related Problems

A Television Special About Alcohol Dependence Signs and   Symptoms Results in Some Tense and   Discouraging Thoughts About a Young Woman’s Alcohol Related Problems

Daniel had been engaging in hazardous drinking behavior since her sophomore year in college. Now, nine years later, she drank more than ever.  One Friday evening when she was feeling queasy, Daniel made up her mind to stay home, loosen up, and watch television. While looking for a program to watch that was interesting, she […]

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The Fundamental Elements in An Effective Alcohol Addiction Intervention

The Fundamental Elements in An Effective Alcohol Addiction Intervention

What are the main features in an effective alcohol intervention? Why do some alcohol dependency interventions succeed as anticipated while several fail? The Need for a Celebrated Track Record of Intervention Success Scientific exploration demonstrates that an effective alcohol addiction intervention needs to be directed by an intervention specialist who has a celebrated record of […]

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Alcohol Relapse and When Dishonesty is a Form of Enabling

Alcohol Relapse and When Dishonesty is a Form of Enabling

It is worthy of note to mention something that family members who have been harmfully affected by the alcoholism of another family member evidently do not understand. It seems that by shielding the alcohol dependent individual with falsehoods and deceit to those outside the family, these well-intentioned family members have in reality created a circumstance […]

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When Drinking Becomes a Problem

When Drinking Becomes a Problem

How do you recognize that you have a drinking problem? When is it plain to see that you are engaging in hazardous drinking? If you have hopelessly made an effort to discontinue your drinking or if you have given your word to yourself that your drinking days are gone and then you recognized that you […]

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Alcohol Relapse, Enabling, and Alcohol Dependency

Alcohol Relapse, Enabling, and Alcohol Dependency

It is worthy of note to point out something that family members who have been adversely affected by the alcoholism of another family member obviously do not grasp. It appears that by protecting the alcohol dependent person with untruths and deceitfulness to those outside the family, these well-intentioned family members have actually created a circumstance […]

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What I Learned About Alcohol and Drug Addiction in High School

What I Learned About Alcohol and Drug Addiction in High School

When I was in the tenth grade in high school, I enrolled into a substance abuse class. At that time period, I did not comprehend that alcohol abuse actually was a sub category of drug abuse. While taking this class and learning more about drug and alcohol abuse, I read a lot about Alcoholic Anonymous, […]

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