How Does Being An Alcoholic Affect Your Family?

Alcoholism is a disastrous condition that negatively affects the individual, family, and friends. It can also break individual relationships, alter routines, and even put the family in a financial bind. That implies that people who drink can deplete family finances, instigate conflicts, disregard children, and generally harm the health and happiness of others. 

Sixty to seventy percent of married couples that get into violent fights consume alcohol. Family members may develop codependency symptoms over time, unconsciously perpetuating the addiction even if it damages them. If you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol addiction, reach our helpline to seek help. Our committed and friendly staff is more than willing to help you get started in recovery.