November 27, 2013

Alcoholism Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of

Some people have the ability to monitor and moderate different areas of life. They can choose to only eat one piece of cake instead of five, only eat French fries once a week, and only have one glass of wine at dinner. Each individual is good at least one thing, some are good at physical tasks, others are good at mental tasks, and some people are good at emotional tasks. 

If you or a loved one is struggling with the ability to moderate alcohol in a healthy way, just remember, everyone has their strengths and everyone has their weaknesses. The only true weakness is not admitting weakness. When you need extra help to conquer the weaknesses in life, look to a professional in-patient program. You can find many to evaluate and choose from such as and other such facilities you can research on the Internet.

Are You an Addict?

Sometimes it is hard to tell if you are a ‘regular’ social drinker or a person who has an addiction. If there is a question as to if you have an issue that needs to be treated, you can ask yourself the following questions:

 Do you ever lie to your family or friends about your drinking habits?
 Do you ever feel guilty or ashamed about your drinking habits?
 Do you need to drink to feel ‘normal’ or relax?
 Do you drink more alcohol than you intend to?
 When you drink, do you black out and forget what you did?
 Do you have to drink more than usual to get a buzz?
 Do you drink even though you know it causes relationship problems?
 Has drinking caused you to give up activities or hobbies that you once enjoyed?
 Do you have to drink in the morning to not feel ill?

If you have honestly answered yes to any of these questions, you probably have an issue that needs to be addressed.


With the professionals you will find while during research at and other such sites on the Internet, you will be able to get the help you need to be able to moderate your alcohol or quit altogether. The best thing is that you can receive high-quality treatment while staying in a high-quality facility.

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