Who Am I? Asks the Alcoholic
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Who Am I? Asks the Alcoholic A Study Based on Concepts a Recovering Alcoholic Heard, Heeded and Now Teaches by I. Lackey

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Published by Exposition Pr of Florida .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL11130934M
ISBN 100682481998
ISBN 109780682481991
OCLC/WorldCa1675895

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  Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among people who have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder (alcohol addiction). Please read each question carefully, and indicate how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past 12 months. A man spoke up, “No threats of impending danger ever kept an alcoholic from drinking!”A long‑timer in Al‑Anon who had been quietly listening to the discussion asked to speak. She said,“It seems to me, the important thing is that we mustn’t take the consequences of the alcoholic’s drinking. All men of faith have courage. They trust their God. We never apologize for God. Instead we let Him demonstrate, through us, what He can do. We ask Him to remove our fear and direct our attention to what He would have us be. At once, we commence to outgrow fear.” ― Alcoholics Anonymous, The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.   I am wondering how I can help my daughter who is 51yrs old and is using alcohol to an extreme. I feel that she is mentally ill and have tried to contact her G.P without effect. My daughter will not acknowledge that she has a problem. She is able to work, but drinks after work and over weekends. She is isolating herself fro her family and children.