I have been an active member of Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups for many decades. It has helped me immensely......if you attend a meeting that does not suit u needs... Try another...."we aren't perfect"....but it is ONE avenue to (1) get support (2) learn about disease of alcoholism (3) find effective ways to love that person w/o losing u selfSee positive reviews
I love the step work and I love the literature. I learned so much!! But unity through the traditions??? No I never felt accepted .. not even once. Group filled with people who already know each other and are not accepting of new people. My self esteem got worse over time. Had one person make up lies about me and that set the way for no one to accept me or include . Making it so hypocritical.See critical reviews
Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.
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