Al-Anon Speaks for Itself A wife, father, husband, and daughter describe what it is like to love someone who has a drinking problem. The wife says, “I didn’t live in reality at all. I covered up and made believe.” The father says, “When the police came and told me the charges against my son, it …∞
How can I tell if someone I love is alcoholic? Even though he was a practicing physician, Bob got drunk nearly every night for 17 years. Somehow believing he could hide his alcoholism from Anne, his wife, he constantly looked for new places to stash his liquor. “When my wife was planning to go out …∞
Top 10 Women’s Sexual Fantasies Women in recovery may identify with some of these fantasies. Others may have experienced them in their drinking / drugging days. Every woman on earth has fantasized about some explicit sexual fantasy that she may or may not have been too ashamed to talk about. Whether it’s your girlfriend or …∞
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At that point he was spending three-hours-a-day downloading pornographic images and videos onto his computer.
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Al-Anon Speaks for Itself Part 1 A wife, father, husband, and daughter describe what it is like to love someone who has a drinking problem – an alcoholic. The wife says, "I didn’t live in reality at all. I covered up and made believe." The father says, "When the police came and told me the …∞
Alcoholism is a disease experienced by the family. Not only is there a significant genetic component that is passed from generation to generation, but the drinking problems of a single family member affect all other family members. The family environment and genetics can perpetuate a vicious and destructive cycle. Many marriages break up over a …∞
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