Alcoholism Impact On Family
There is a saying concerning the disease of alcoholism in families – One person may drink, however, alcoholism’s effects on the family are great.
Many people who have an addiction to alcohol want to believe that their addiction is only hurting themselves. However, deep down they know that’s not true. It is hard to admit when drinking is causing problems in the home.
As women, we cherish our families and want nothing but the best for them. It is important to realize that alcoholism is a disease. It is a disease just like cancer and diabetes are diseases. No one sets out to become an alcoholic and if you could stop drinking on your own, you would.
At Her House Rehab, we are not here to shame you or guilt you about having the disease of alcoholism. We are here to help you recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. At Her House Rehab, we also focus on the entire family system and the recovery of everyone who has been affected by alcoholism.
We offer treatment services for the whole family, which include family therapy, support groups, and helping family members get connected to networks outside of our rehab that help families understand the disease of addiction and offer them methods of their own recovery.
The Effects of Alcoholism on Families
These are some common effects that take place inside the household of an alcoholic:
- Low self-worth
Alcoholic families are in dire need of treatment for the whole family. Recovery can begin with any one of the family members choosing to get help. Alcoholism and family help is available and there is hope for a brighter tomorrow!
Alcoholism affects family relationships and family dynamics. Recovery for each individual affects the entire family in a positive way. Our staff is highly trained in treating the disease of alcoholism in all its aspects.
Alcohol’s effects on a family can be a thing of the past when recovery is sought. Many women have found a way out for themselves by living a life alcohol-free, one day at a time. Family members of alcoholics have found their own solutions to living a life free from the chains of another person’s addiction.
We employ proven therapeutic, medical, and spiritual methods of treatment for families and sufferers of alcohol addiction. Our services are completely confidential. We offer a safe place for families to work out their issues and learn new and healthier approaches to dealing with each other.
If you have an alcohol addiction or are a family member of someone who has a drinking problem, we encourage to call us today to discuss treatment options at our facility. Our staff understands how scary it can be to reach out for help. We will guide and nurture you and your family through every step of the recovery process.