There are a number of factors that affect the rate at which alcohol onset begins, such as age, metabolism, and gender. More about alcohol metabolism here.
If intervention is the first step towards seeking alcoholism help, screening and assessment are the first steps of the treatment process. Learn more about research around trends and causes of alcohol addiction, here.
When your spouse is addicted, what are the signs that you’re ready for action? More here on the internal process of coping with an addict spouse (from someone who’s been there).
How can you learn to live again after leaving an addict. One woman has lived to tell the tale and guide others to a more fulfilling and free life. More here.
What are the lies we tell ourselves when we don’t want to face the truth about a loved one’s addiction? Read how you can seek and acknowledge truth, here.
If you are in need of treatment for alcohol addiction, what can you expect? More about the services, treatment stages and methods used in alcoholism treatment here.
How can you restore trust with loved ones? Can you mend broken relationships? Seven (7) practical tips for building trust after a bout with addiction. More here.
Do you suspect that a loved one is hiding an addiction? Parents, kids, spouses, lovers, and friends…all can become adept at functioning even when they are suffering inside.
So, what is addiction? And what can you do about it? We review here. Then, we invite your feedback and questions at the end.
Cravings are an expected and normal part of the process of quitting drinking. Here, we outline three (3) main ways you can address the urge to drink. Your questions are welcomed and invited at the end.
Can’t quite grasp alcoholism as a “disease”? A look at the basics of defining alcohol addiction and its treatment, here.