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Addiction: Alcoholism and the effects on the family. VIVETTE K. EVANS University of Phoenix COM/156 Suzzann Connell July 28, 2013 ADDICTION: ALCOHLISM AND THE EFFECTS ON THE FAMILY Alcoholism has been called the family illness. The family is impacted most by the behaviors of the untreated alcoholic. The addiction of alcoholism has very negative and adverse effects on the family and in the community. The jail and hospital visits take a toll on the family’s finances and emotional stability. Mothers against drunk drivers reported in 2012 that there were 1.41 million drunk driving convictions in the United States of America. These individuals take not only their lives but also the lives of others into their hands when they choose to get behind the wheel of their cars after the consuming alcohol. There is evidence that problem drinkers are less likely to be candidates for successful marriages and relationships. (Power, Rodgers and Hope). There are those instances where the abuse of alcohol is dominate in the marriage yet, they begin to raise a family. The children of such marriages are effected in many…...

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