When I could no longer operate with or without alcohol and had lost control of my life.
Obsessive and compulsive use of alcohol (alcoholism) lets down an entire internal and external structure of a person. The alcoholic is devastated in a physical, psychological, and spiritual way, breaks ethical and moral values and loses the ability to interact and socialize. We believe that it is no longer necessary for the alcoholic to escape from himself and that it is possible to stop this self-destructive process (alcoholism) by relearning new skills and new ways of reacting to everyday problems.
Alcoholism impacts and damages every aspect of a family. This unhealthy dynamic often leads the alcoholic to a life of seclusion and distress. When there is a call for help, whoever might be, it will be the breaking of pain and loneliness. Proper intervention, both by family members and skilled technicians, leads to cross the bridge and hope can emerge. It is possible to interrupt the destructive process that alcoholism is responsible in the alcoholic’s life.