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Family Members Look for Ways to Cope with Problems Caused by Someone Who Drinks Too Much

Families of problem drinkers can change the way they react to alcoholic behavior, therapist writes in current issue of "Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism" magazine.

(PRWeb April 30, 2015)

What You Can Do During April Alcohol Awareness Month When Someone Close to You Drinks Too Much.

Therapist discusses challenges faced by families of problem drinkers, in current issue of Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism magazine.

(PRWeb April 28, 2015)

Al-Anon Family Groups Welcome Loved Ones of Alcoholics to Local Al-Anon Meetings During April Alcohol Awareness Month

Relatives and friends of problem drinkers become aware of the family disease of alcoholism in a variety of ways. Some people come to Al-Anon because something important is missing from their lives and a loved one’s problem drinking leads them to start asking questions.

(PRWeb April 21, 2015)