How to Deal With Alcoholics And Alcoholism: Steps And Tips Dealing With an Alcoholic
- Narrated by: Claton Butcher
- Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-24-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: AJK Lohman Publishers
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Alcohol is addictive. You will find many people who will argue with this statement, but alcohol fits all the definitions of a harmful and addictive drug; 1. You need to take more and more of it to get the same effect 2. Your body becomes physically dependent on alcohol. 3. People die from alcohol abuse.
An alcoholic is someone who has become physically dependent on alcohol. Alcoholism is permanent, it cannot be cured. An ex-alcoholic is simply one who has not had alcohol for a long time.
If the "ex"-alcoholic has one drink, they are hooked again and have to go through the whole drying out process again.
Given the toxic nature of alcohol, if the substance was discovered today, it would never be licensed as a drug or food.
It is only the entrenched nature of the alcohol industry and the fact that so many jobs depend on it that makes it politically unacceptable to ban alcohol.
Not only does alcoholism effect the one drinking, but it affects everyone around them too, from family and friends, to total strangers. The alcoholic does not see their drinking as a problem.
When it comes to driving, they always feel as though they are fine behind the wheel. How to Deal With Alcoholics And Alcoholism. Thousands of people die each year due to drunk driving. Most people know of at least one person who has either been pulled over for driving while intoxicated, or has been in an accident due to alcohol or has even been arrested due to drunk driving. The only difference between someone addicted to alcohol and someone addicted to other drugs is, alcohol is legal, and most other drugs are not.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Dave on 04-30-13
Not Worth It.
What would have made How to Deal With Alcoholics And Alcoholism: Steps And Tips Dealing With an Alcoholic better?
Not worth it. It spent more time on body clensing than on the actual topic. Half way through the book it switches to someone you know being an alcoholic to you being one. Very little real advise. An episode of Intervention with do you better. The reader was horrific too.
What do you think your next listen will be?
No this one
What didn’t you like about Claton Butcher’s performance?
It didn't seem like he pre-read anything.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful