CHILDREN COPING WITH ALCOHOLISM – 9

CONCLUSION

The traumatic events of childhood often make the transition into adulthood difficult for ACOAs. Resolution of ACOA issues may involve seeking the assistance of a professional counselor who is experienced in dealing with alcoholism and the family. Surviving childhood in an alcoholic family and becoming a healthy adult requires resilience and perseverance, but it is possible.

INTRODUCTION

  1. FACING REALITY
  2. COMPLETING PROJECTS
  3. ACHIEVING HONESTY
  4. ACCEPTING ONESELF
  5. LEARNING TO HAVE FUN
  6. DEVELOPING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
  7. DEVELOPING INTERNAL VALIDATION
  8. CONCLUSION

From; An Educational Fact Sheet of The Florida Alcohol & Drug Abuse Association


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