Alcohol Abuse is a Bad
Habit that is Hard to Break, a Bad Habit that can have a Devastating impact on your Marriage.
With an estimated 14 million Americans into the bad habit of abusing alcohol or drinking to such an extent that
they have become alcoholics there is no wonder that more and more marriages break ups are related to alcohol abuse or addiction. The breakdown of
relationships due to excessive drinking is becoming an increasingly common
marriage problem with the bad habit often leading to physical abuse.
Alcohol abuse or even worse
alcohol dependence is a serious problem that can not only cause chronic health issues (such as liver damage, brain damage or, if you are
pregnant, harm your unborn child), but can totally change a person’s character with abusers more likely to become thoughtless or violent
towards their partner or spouse. Alcohol abuse is one bad habit that you have to
abusers aren’t physically dependant on alcohol they are far more likely to go that stage further and become alcohol dependant. Excessive consumption of alcohol causes or aggravates marriage problems, problems at work and problems with
health. Alcohol abuse is a bad habit that can lead to financial issues, social issues and dangerous actions such as driving while under the
influence. Alcohol abuse is one of those bad habits that can totally change a person’s personality and lead to the abuser physically harming
their spouse or child.
Like with many
bad habits the earlier you break the habit of alcohol abuse the easier it is to stop, the less likely you are to destroy your marriage, harm your
baby, ruin your health or lose your job.
Living with an
alcoholic or an alcohol abuser is and ugly experience, full of fear resentment and hate. Most partners who break free from a marriage of three
(husband, wife and booze), wish that they had done so years before. Alcohol abuse is one of those common marriage problems that can only be
resolved through the action of the abuser and that is to kick the bad habit now, before it’s too late to save your marriage, your family,
your job and your life.
Author: Terry Ross
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