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Essay heading: A Spiritual Disease
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Date added: January 18, 2003
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Wives become bitterly resentful after dozens of broken promises while the children become fearful and lose any sense of security. Friends look upon the alcoholic with disgust and jobs are lost while the alcoholic swallows the family's nest egg with bottle after bottle of whiskey (A.A.17-18). For unknown reasons, an alcoholic eventually loses all self control over drinking, and frequently cannot remember the pain and suffering he caused his family last night, last week or last year...
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According to Joan Pores, an alcoholic will stop at nothing to have her fix, even if it means destroying her family, she forgets about consequences by locking any thoughts about them away in a dark corner of her mind. She drinks and assures herself, this time will be different. "This time I am in control...
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