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but, then, socialising with co-workers and clients is vital to most people’s careers, isn’t it?He always manages to upset friends, family and you when he’s tipsy ...
and you hate the way he never seems to know when to stop when there’s alcohol around. If you’ve found yourself asking questions like this — and perhaps taken refuge in these same evasive, self-deceiving replies — you’re not alone.
The knock-on effect of the economic crisis has been a dramatic increase in drug and alcohol addiction.
In fact, according to a recent NHS report, one in three men and one in six women can be classified as ‘hazardous’ drinkers. Lewis and Mc Mahon say there’s a very simple test to see if you need help.
Recent statistics suggest that in the UK, one in 13 people could be diagnosed as alcoholic with the knock-on effect that 3.7 million people are affected by parental alcoholism and one million by their partner’s alcoholism. If you’re reading this, hoping the person you’re concerned about doesn’t catch you; if you’ve ever typed ‘Is my partner/friend an alcoholic’ into a search engine; if you can’t trust the person you care about to turn up to anything on time and sober, it’s likely alcohol is starting to take a hold.
Learning, believing and not wavering from the facts about addiction is the first step to learning to trust yourself.