A common cause of alcoholism.

Abstract

A common cause of alcoholism is the nonalcoholic. At least half of the nonalcoholics have a family member who is not alcoholic. The classic "enabler" is the caretaker of the alcoholic. Without the enabler, alcoholism would dwindle. The so-called innocent bystanders are not consciously intending to harm the alcoholic. Most of the time there is no conscious… (More)

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