MEMBER: I think those feelings are genuine feelings that people feel regardless of if your loved one is an alcoholic or not. I’ve been able to use the tools of the [Al-Anon] program so that I don’t feel so isolated when there’s challenges. Sometimes with anxiety, I don’t sleep well, and maybe I’ll pick up my daily reader, or maybe I’ll say the Serenity Prayer. And that’s one way to help me. The isolation thing I still struggle with because sometimes when I’m challenged, I like to figure it out myself. And I’ll go through a little, kind of process in my head and think about some things and maybe just focus on some breathing or meditation or even kind of, you know, some prayer type thing. And then there’s a point where I’m like I can reach out to someone. And over the years now, and I made a ton of friends, and no matter when I reach out or how I reach out, someone’s going to respond with love. And hear me out, and that’s always a good way to kind of get myself around it again.
Interviewer: Great, thank you.