offer support and advice to the families and friends of people with a drink problem.
Please get support from Al Anon
, which has family groups that hold regular meetings (www.al-anonuk.org.uk; helpline: 020 7403 0888).
You could contact Al Anon
at www.alanonuk.org.uk which helps the families of alcoholics.
If he joined Al Anon
- the organisation for the families of alcoholics - he would get a lot more insight into his poor wife's illness.
You might find it useful to talk yourself to Al anon
, the organisation aimed at the families of alcoholics at www.al-anonuk.org.uk.
My mum, as well as my sister and I, went to Al Anon
, the organisation that helps families of alcoholics to cope - and it did.
Log on to Al Anon
via Google to find your nearest one.
Some people also find Al Anon
(www.aa-uk.org.uk), the organisation specifically set up by and for the families of alcoholics, very helpful.