No, not all alcoholics will relapse. The chances of relapse can be affected by many factors such as the severity and duration of the addiction, the individual’s support system, their commitment to recovery, their coping skills, and their overall mental and physical health. With appropriate treatment and support, many alcoholics are able to achieve and maintain long-term sobriety. However, addiction is a chronic and relapsing disease, so it is important for individuals in recovery to remain vigilant and continue to prioritize their sobriety.