Alcohol Abuse Problems
Alcohol Abuse. Help to stop your Problems.
It may well be that if you have found this page, you have become aware that you have a problem, many people do, or you may have a glitch with someone you love. You may be in a co-dependent relationship with someone who has the problem, someone who is an alcoholic and suffers from alcoholism.
First off. You choose to drink for whatever reasons.
No one forces it down you throat.
It is your responsibility to solve this problem.
Often it is an emotional problem, you can get help to solve it.
It is your responsibility to learn what you have to, use it, and make the changes in your life and personality.
No one else's responsibility.
No one else to blame.
Once you have realised this you can move on and have a better life.
I am not being nasty, or judging you.
It is just down the years I have learnt that people have to be at cause in life not effect.
It is not always the young teenage binge drinkers that we see on the news and TV shows. It’s not just the professionals that get done around Christmas for drinking and driving, It can creep up on anyone who enjoys a drink, what ever the income, sex or age.
Over the last few years as the world financial crises has taken hold, and normal people are having severe financial difficulties and real stress and worry about income. I have noticed more people seeking help with some kind of drinking issue, from all walks of life. People who have an alcohol dependency.
If you have a problem in this area give me a call, you will not be my first.
Below is information, some of it may be of interest to you, to help you make the commitment to get help and change your life for the better.
Some interesting facts: research has found that six times as many people are dependent on booze, than class A drugs.
Three times as many deaths from alcohol as drug misuse each year.
Every day thirteen people die from alcohol related issues.
3.8 million people are thought to be drink dependent in England and Wales - three million men and 800,000 women. Thats a lot of booze drank each year.
Dr David Ball, Has said:
"Alcohol can cause many problems, including crime, violence and anti-social behaviour, accidents and long term illness.
"The lives of families and friends of problem drinkers are also affected. Binge drinking is on the increase, especially among young women, and alcohol is implicated in many teenage pregnancies."
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