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How To Deal With An Alcoholic Spouse, Child, Friend or Family MemberAre you exhausted from coping with an alcoholic husband, wife, friend or family member? Does your spouse ignore any attempts you make to convince them that they have a drinkingMore How To Deal With An Alcoholic Spouse, Child, Friend or Family MemberAre you exhausted from coping with an alcoholic husband, wife, friend or family member? Does your spouse ignore any attempts you make to convince them that they have a drinking problem? Do you feel like you are constantly obsessing over what the substance abuser is or is not doing all of the time.?If you are lonely, frustrated and tired of focusing all of your time, attention, and energy on the alcoholic, then you are the perfect candidate for the tips revealed in this guide.When the methods suggested are carried out, your life will begin to change for the better. You will begin to experience greater amounts of peace, joy, happiness and serenity in your life.It’s possible that the changes you make in your life while reading this book could aid in your alcoholic spouse, family member or friend hitting bottom and seeking out help for their addiction problems.Tips From The Book On Coping With The AlcoholicUse the following statements as responses- rather than reacting in a negative way to the alcoholics button pushing: “You may be right.” “That’s your opinion.” That’s not true.” “I’m sorry you feel that way. “ ”Oh really… tell more about that”. Once you use one of these, zip your lip and say nothing more.Never give an ultimatum unless you are certain you’ll carry through with it.Do not drive around looking for the alcoholic/addict.When they want to argue with you, tell them you don’t care to discuss this now. Go intoJordy Christo, the author of “100 Quick Tips Guide For Coping With Alcoholics” has been effectively helping people learn how to deal with substance abusers since 1998. He’s helped tens of thousands of people all over the world learn how to handle situations involving substance abuse and he can help you too.Foundations For Coping With An Alcoholic Spouse, Child, Friend or Family Member:Detaching from the alcoholicLoving the alcoholic without conditionsSetting boundaries with the problem drinkerStopping the process of enabling the substance abuserThis book delivers straightforward methods for coping with an alcoholic spouse, child, friend, family member, boss, boyfriend or girlfriend, without any fluff.7 Ways Of Dealing With An Alcoholic From The BookNever argue with the substance abuser.Don’t confront the addict’s lies.Refuse to go searching for them.Don’t call them on the phone to satisfy your curiosity.Don’t listen to their mean phone messages.Make your point by saying things once, as anything more than that would be considered as trying to control their behavior.Don’t have serious conversations with the addict when they are intoxicated.The condensed information you will be learning from has been accumulated over a forty five year period. Not only has the author lived with several alcoholics, but he has battled with the disease of alcoholism in his own life. Through attending thousands of support group meetings in Al-anon and AA, reading many books, and through his own life experiences, he offers to you proven methods for coping with alcoholic/addicts that really work.