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Addicted to Alcohol or Drugs? How to Help Your Husband

Addicted or Not? How to Tell and What to Do

Addiction often goes (intentionally) unnoticed when it’s affecting the one you love most. Many wives choose to ignore the signs simply because they don’t want to face the truth. Because, if something is acknowledged, it has to be dealt with…and that’s going to be messy.

If your husband is going to be the best (and healthiest) version of himself, he may need your support to begin the recovery journey. Yes, it’s going to be messy, but a lot less messy than years of dancing around the subject and slowly watching your family suffer in a thousand different ways.

So, where do you begin?

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5 Signs You’re a Functioning Alcoholic

What is a functioning alcoholic?

What does an alcoholic look like? Do you picture the person who wakes up and starts drinking, the one who reeks of liquor throughout the day, and doesn’t put the bottle down until their head hits the pillow? Do you envision their lives consisting of blackouts, outbursts, and embarrassing episodes?

If this sounds like the right description, you might want to take another look.

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6 Things that Will Keep You Sober over the 4th of July

Each year on the fourth of July, celebrations of our independence begin. From New York to LA, you can count on backyard BBQs, red-white-and-blue, and thousands of firework displays. You can also count on parties, most of which feature alcohol as the main beverage. As a sober person, how do you enjoy the holiday without feeling like you’re missing out, or relapsing? Here are six solutions to your problem.

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Alcohol Withdrawal Timeline – What to Expect

If you or a loved one has decided to stop consuming alcohol, you may be curious about what to expect after that last drink. I remember Googling this information on at least ten different occasions, so we’ve put together a comprehensive alcohol withdrawal timeline for you.

Casual drinkers may never experience any withdrawal symptoms, but an individual who has become physically dependent on alcohol will often experience serious withdrawal symptoms.

Disclaimer: Alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous and comes with the risk of death. We never recommend detoxing without the supervision of a medical professional.

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