Al-Anon

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Al-Anon
Al-Anon is listed in the Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers category in Duluth, Minnesota. 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:
3005 Restormel St
Duluth, MN 55806
(218) 624-2764

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When alcoholic drinking interferes with family get-togethers, office parties, gift exchanges or just the necessities of life, meeting with others dealing with similar situations at local Al-Anon or Alateen meetings can be priceless. To find an Al-Anon meeting, visit http://qoo.ly/jfit2. #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


Meeting with others dealing w/similar situations at local Al-Anon meetings can be priceless. Meeting ℹ twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“I entered the rooms [of Al-Anon] in a deep depression and felt suicidal. I just did not want to go on living…A very warm and loving woman sat next to me at my first meeting. As I cried throughout the entire meeting, she held my hand, patted my back and gave me hugs before I left. She asked me to return for at least six meetings, and I am so happy I did. That was the beginning of the rest of my life." “Getting Busy and Getting Better" “The Forum" June 2017 If your life has been affected by someone else's drinking, maybe an Al-Anon group can help. Find one by visiting http://qoo.ly/jdetp. #AlAnon #newbeginnings #FamilyRecovery #alcoholism


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“Grief is a natural response to the many losses that we suffer as a consequence of someone else's alcoholism. Some of us may believe we are to blame for our losses, or that they happen as the result of bad luck. We may find ourselves saying or thinking, ‘What did I do to deserve this?' Under the cloud of alcoholism, it's easy to lose our dreams of a happy family life and our hopes that the alcoholic will find recovery. We may no longer feel the same intimacy we once felt with our alcoholic partner, child, family member, or friend. Over the long-term, we tend to lose perspective on how alcoholism affects our relationships and our quality of life." “Opening Our Hearts, Transforming Our Losses" (p. 3) Read a sample chapter from “Opening Our Hearts, Transforming Our Losses" at http://qoo.ly/jd3hj. #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #AA #alcoholic #xa #alcoholism #recovery #family #support #takingitback #nomore #alcoholicproblems #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence #freshstart #newbeginnings #blameitonthealcohol #workingonme #sobersunday


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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…


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