Children of Alcoholic Parents

Children of Alcoholic Parents

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by Waln brown
     
 

An alcoholic parent is a father, mother or stepparent who abuses or is addicted to alcohol. The alcoholic parent develops a pattern of heavy drinking that harms him or her socially, on the job or in the family. They are either drinking and functioning poorly, or not drinking and suffering from withdrawal.


Between 30 and 50 million American children… See more details below

Overview

An alcoholic parent is a father, mother or stepparent who abuses or is addicted to alcohol. The alcoholic parent develops a pattern of heavy drinking that harms him or her socially, on the job or in the family. They are either drinking and functioning poorly, or not drinking and suffering from withdrawal.


Between 30 and 50 million American children live in families where at least one parent has a serious drinking problem. A term for these children is “Children of Alcoholics” (COAs).


This concise summary of "need-to-know" information about Children Of Alcoholic Parents answers these important questions. What Is An Alcoholic Parent? How Many Children Have Alcoholic Parents? What Are The Drinking Patterns Of Alcoholics? What Is Co-Dependency? How Does Co-Dependency Affect Children? How Does The Parent's Alcoholism Affect The Children? Do COAs Develop Emotional And Behavioral Problems? Do COAs Suffer Stress-Related Diseases? Do COAs Develop Low Self-Esteem? Do COAs Have Trouble Forming Relationships? Do COAs Have Trouble Forming Intimate Relationships? Are COAs Likely To Become Alcoholics? Should COAs Be Concerned For Their Children? Who Can Help COAs?

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011914980
Publisher:
William Gladden Foundation Press
Publication date:
10/25/2010
Series:
Drugs 101 , #13
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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