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megala

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Alcohol addiction.
« on: November 29, 2011, 11:48:42 AM »
My father is 60 year old and has been drinking from his age 47.now its his habit that , everyday atleast 2 or 3 times just before his lunch and dinner..after that he will lose all his control and start  quarrel without any reason,blaming others,saying abuse words etc.because of this our neighbours won't talk much,they are very much afraid to talk..Also my mom is struggling to lookafter us.he won't bother of anything.As usual everyday he will be enjoying with his friends and quarrel with others,especially to us or our mom..everyone is fed up of him..we have no idea ..what to do.Is there any medicine to stop drinking ??please share if anyone of you are experiencing this condition.

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Re: Alcohol addiction.
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2012, 03:41:06 AM »
I understand where your coming from

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Re: Alcohol addiction.
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2013, 05:22:10 PM »
Hello,
Drinking alcohol is very nasty hobby and once it sticks then it is not easy to come through it...

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Re: Alcohol addiction.
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2020, 03:12:17 AM »
To be perfectly clear, alcohol and alcoholism are never a sole trigger for, or cause of, domestic abuse. Rather, they are compounding factors that could eventually trigger intimate partner abuse in a violent individual. There is a misconception that when someone is an alcoholic who commits domestic abuse becomes sober they will no longer be abusive or violent. While reclaiming their sobriety can put a stop to regular abuse, that does not solve the core issue. Rather, it buries it under that person’s own shame and guilt but can still come out later in time. Only by fully confronting the underlying reasons for the abuse, can someone who abuses their partner be treated.
Landmark Recovery’s Oklahoma facility offers a variety of substance abuse treatment programs to meet the individual needs of our patients. From residential inpatient treatment to medical drug and alcohol detox, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs.