Answer these questions to see if Al‑Anon Adult Children could be right for you…
Alcoholism is a family disease – those of us who have lived with this disease as children sometimes have problems which the Al‑Anon program can help us to resolve. These 20 questions are designed to help you decide whether you might benefit from attending an Al‑Anon Adult Children group. Find out more about alcoholism.
If you answered yes to some of these questions, Al‑Anon Adult Children may be able to help you. A good place to start is a Beginners’ Meeting. Also see the schedule of Al‑Anon Adult Children meetings.
Reprinted with permission, Al‑Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA.27 December 2021
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