Al-Anon

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Al-Anon
Al-Anon is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Farmington, New Mexico. Displayed below are the social networks for Al-Anon which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Al-Anon on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Contact information for Al-Anon is:
411 N Allen Ave
Farmington, NM 87401
(505) 324-6424

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Al-Anon has an overall ZapScore of 82. This means that Al-Anon has a higher ZapScore than 82% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Farmington, New Mexico is 39 and in the Social Service Organizations category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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“When my alcoholic husband left, it was as if someone had pulled a cord and I didn't have anything or anyone left—not even myself. I was in trouble, totally frightened, and alone. I was a victim with no choices, going nowhere fast. I crawled into Al‑Anon. One of the first things I heard was that it was okay to come any way I was. Many mornings I could barely get up. It was okay if I just attended the meeting and sat there crying. It didn't matter if I was a mess. Meetings broke my isolation. I got phone numbers and realized that the choice was mine whether or not to be alone." From Al-Anon's book “In All Our Affairs…," (pp. 26-7) Al-Anon members come together every week for support and to find ways to deal with living with an alcoholic family member or friend. To find an Al-Anon meeting, visit http://qoo.ly/jcfj7. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #AA #alcoholic #12steps #xa #alcoholism #recovery #family #support #recoverywarrior #takingitback #nomore #fact #alcoholicproblems #staydrunk #intoxicated #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence #blameitonthealcohol

“My mother phones, her voice soft and motherly. She tells me what she's doing, how grandmother is getting through the winter, and about the sweater she's knitting. She sounds like a typical mother—so loving, pouring affection through the wires from long-distance. She calls me again. She's not the mother I have talked to earlier, but another mother, screaming obscenities, voicing disappointment in her only daughter. She's drunk. The hurt goes deeper than tears could express. I feel a sense of inferiority, inadequacy, guilt, and frustration." From the Al-Anon pamphlet, “Al-Anon Sharings from Adult Children" To read articles written by Al-Anon members who grew up with an alcoholic parent go to http://qoo.ly/jbc9k. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #fridayflashback #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #AA #alcoholic #xa #alcoholism #recovery #family #support #takingitback #nomore #alcoholicproblems #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence #freshstart #newbeginnings #blameitonthealcohol #workingonme #coa


People who grew up w/an #alcoholic #parent: #AlAnon helps ➡ https://t.co/qiriZzOK7M #Alateen #FamilyDisease twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“By the time I came to Al-Anon, both of the alcoholics in my life had passed away. I initially rejected the idea of attending Al-Anon meetings because the alcoholics no longer were in my life. Because of the trauma I had experienced in living with an alcoholic spouse I decided I should learn about the disease of alcoholism. In doing Step Four, I realized how someone else's disease had affected me." “Step Four: Seeing that I do matter," “The Forum" April 2017 Is there a history of alcoholism is your family? Maybe Al-Anon can help. Find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico at goo.gl/ojyYGe. If you're outside of these areas, visit goo.gl/BYpuFS. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #recovery #alcoholism #AA #recoverywarrior #takingitback #outtacontrol #nomore #knowthedifference


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“Many of us who are close to an alcoholic have felt, at times, that somehow, we were to blame for the problem drinking. We aren't. However, our determined, angry, or fearful efforts to do something about it or the problems resulting from it can make matters worse. In fact, many Al-Anon members have learned, ‘A drinking problem in the house can often be more easily recognized by the behavior of those living with the drinker than by that of the drinker.'" From the Al-Anon pamphlet, “What Do YOU Do about the Alcoholic's Drinking" Find out more about Al-Anon at goo.gl/yyoesw. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #families #AA #alcoholic #12steps #xa #alcoholism #recovery #family #support #alcoholicproblems #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence #freshstart #newbeginnings #blameitonthealcohol #wednesdaywisdom #wellnesswednesday


#AlAnon 4 families of #alcoholics. More @ https://t.co/b8Ls9avX44 #FamilyRecovery #recovery #wednesdaywisdom twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“Until I came into Al-Anon, I thought nobody had a problem as bad as mine. That gave me plenty of reason to feel sorry for myself, to resent what the alcoholic was doing, and to hammer away at his mistakes and shortcomings. As I attended Al-Anon meetings, my eyes began to open. Other people's problems made mine look small, yet they were facing them with courage and confidence. Others were trapped in situations as bad as mine, but they bore their troubles with more fortitude; they accepted the fact that the alcoholic was suffering from a disease. I found many reasons to be grateful that my lot was not worse. My load began to lighten." From Al-Anon's book “One Day at a Time in Al-Anon" (p. 6) Al-Anon members come together every week for support and to find ways to deal with an alcoholic family member or friend. To find an Al-Anon meeting, visit goo.gl/V54nLy. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #AA #alcoholic #12steps #xa #alcoholism #recovery #family #support #recoverywarrior #takingitback #nomore #fact #alcoholicproblems #staydrunk #intoxicated #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence #blameitonthealcohol #tuesdaymotivation #transformationtuesday #tuesdaythoughts #tuesdaymorning


“Communicating w/Honesty" “TheForum" magazine Nov2017 #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyRecovery #12Step #mondaymotivati twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


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