Are You Living With an Alcoholic Spouse or Partner?
Are you involved with someone whose drinking is bothering you? How do you cope with an intimate relationship that is affected by alcoholism? Living with a spouse, partner or significant other who exhibits a drinking problem can have devastating effects on our emotional well-being, our personal relationships, our professional life and sometimes even our physical health.
Attending Al-Anon Family Group meetings might provide the support and tools needed to deal with the effects of alcoholism on very important relationships.
Gaining and Maintaining My Freedom
When I came into the program, I was filled with despair and anger. I felt like a prisoner
I can be my best regardless of what the alcoholic is doing
I can be my best regardless of what the alcoholic is doing… Alcoholism is sometimes referred to
Reclaiming Hope After Relapse
I never thought it would happen to me. I had been living in a recovery household for over
What Changed My Life
I was first introduced to Al‑Anon when I was in my early 30s and my husband entered treatment.
Four ways my Al-Anon Sponsor helped me deal with fear…
Four ways my Al-Anon Sponsor helped me deal with fear… Throughout the holiday season, some family members find
How I Can Help My Children
When I first walked into an Al‑Anon meeting, there was a member at the door who smiled and
Happiness Is Here and Now
I came to Al‑Anon years ago looking for tips on how to fix my alcoholic husband. I got
Just go… We have all been affected by the family disease of alcoholism…
Just go… We have all been affected by the family disease of alcoholism… While the holidays represent
Learning to “Live and Let Live”
Before I attended my first meeting, I was much too focused on my alcoholic wife’s behavior and not
I Tried Everything
As I reflect on my early days of recovery, I realize how thankful I am for Al‑Anon. I
How alcoholism affected my family…
How alcoholism affected my family… a member’s story In this video, Teddy, an anonymous Al‑Anon member, shares
With the Help of Fellow Al-Anon Members
I first came to Al‑Anon looking for a way to “cure” my alcoholic wife, to convince those who