Checklist from Alcoholics Anonymous

From Tabletalk March 28 2002

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How to determine whether someone's drinking is affecting your life: If you can answer "yes" to more than eight of these questions you need to contact Al-Anon.
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Al-Anon can help

Al-Anon is an established resource for people who love or are dependent on someone who drinks too much. It is not allied with any other organisation or institution. Its primary purpose is to help people recover from the impact of alcoholism on their lives.

Mutual aid and loving interchange among members sharing common problems can offer support in dealing with the pain alcoholism causes whether or not the compulsive drinker stops drinking.

Meetings are held weekly around the Peninsula.

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