Jessica tried everything to stop drinking alcohol but her addiction kept getting worse. Since completing Digital Dayhab with Help Me Stop, Jessica speaks about her experience of treatment and recovery.
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Living in a household where a parent misuses alcohol doesn’t mean a child will experience abuse but it can be a risk. However parental alcohol misuse can have negative effects on children at different stages in their lives including when they are adults themselves.
The thought of relapse can be terrifying for anyone that has been abstinent for a period of time, be that a few days, a week or more. But a lapse or relapse shouldn’t be the end of long-term abstinence.
If someone could just stop their problematic alcohol and drug use they I would – if the underlying reasons for use are not addressed then relapse will happen
Despite the valiant effort of Britain’s drug and alcohol professionals, the UK has a growing drug and alcohol problem. Learning your options for help and treatment is a great first step in recovery.
Families in which a partner abuses drugs or alcohol are unhappy. As drinking or drug use gets worse, it starts to take more and more time away from the family, eventually it will take its toll by creating an emotional distance.
Someone you live with is drinking a lot. When is it a problem? How do you know when it’s time to get help and what do you do?