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  • Alcohol Problems
    463 words
    I feel that alcohol causes problems not only to the user / drinker but also to their spouses, children, and other family members. Problem drinking can change the roles played by family members in relation to one another and the relationships that surround them. As a family member develops this problem, the drinker may fail to perform his or her functions as a breadwinner, to the support their children or to complete chores. These things get done by another person, often times, the spouse. Howeve...
  • Drinking Of Alcohol
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    Alcoholism Alcoholism refers the drinking of alcohol to such a degree that major aspects of one's life are seriously and repeatedly interfered with. These aspects include work, school, family relationships, personal safety and health. Alcoholism is considered a disease. It has known physical, psychological and social symptoms. An alcoholic continues to drink even despite the destructive consequences. Alcoholism is serious and progressive. It can be fatal if not treated. Alcoholism is a very comp...
  • Bad Thingspoetry My Papas Waltz Theodore Roethke
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    Poetry My Papas Waltz Theodore Roethke, "My Papa's Waltz", Response In "My Papa's Waltz", Roethke discusses a very heartbreaking and distressful situation. He talks about alcoholism in the family and how it affects the members of the family. Growing up in a family full of alcoholism and abuse, I can relate to the point of view that this poem is written in. Although it is very sad, all of these things the poet describes are true of a family cursed with alcoholism. The people in my household would...
  • Alcoholic Member Back Into The Family
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    Family treatment has become an ongoing component of most alcoholism treatment programs. The main emphasis of such treatment is on the affects of alcoholism on family roles and enabling patterns. However, many programs lack clear goals and objectives for involving family members or provide the same type of treatment for each family. This may be due to the fact that there is no universal or routine model of family treatment for alcoholism. Most proposed interventions focus on individual family mem...
  • Effect Alcoholism
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    Booze and Loose Alcoholism is a disease which can be found in many American homes. It can have both short and long term effects on the way a person thinks and acts. This in return can destroy a families relationship, a persons mental health as well as a person future. Both my mother and my father were alcoholics so I have a first hand experience with alcoholism in a family environment. Even though they both drank, they were two different types of alcoholics. My mother was they type that, when sh...
  • Correlation Between Alcoholism And Low Family Support
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    Children of Alcoholics Children of Alcoholics. How do they cope with their parent's problem How does a child living with an alcoholic effect the outcome and personality of the child Is ita positive or negative effect Is there an effect at all It is thought that being a child of an alcoholic results in a low satisfaction of life and possible minor psychiatric symptoms. Nevertheless, studies show that this is not necessarily the case. In reality, things such as perception of family, whether positi...

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