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    Man Concerned Angry Father-In-Law Is An Alcoholic

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    Man Concerned Angry Father-In-Law Is An Alcoholic

    Caller: 37-year old man calling on behalf of his father-in-law

    Problem: Alcohol addiction

    Seeking: Alternative rehab treatment that is long-term

    Reason(s): According to the man, his father-in-law has become increasingly violent and belligerent when he drinks. Because of the increased frequency of outbursts, he believes that his father-in-law is struggling with an alcohol addiction and he would like to know what he could do to help. He said “I really don’t care if my father-in-law is a [CENSORED] to me, I can take it. However, I do take issue when he does it to his daughter, my wife, and we have a 3-year old son around the house. I am not necessarily worried that he might hurt my son, but that type of language and behavior just does not need to happen around someone so impressionable.” The man said that his wife agreed that her dad appears to be struggling with alcohol dependence, something that his father before him also struggled with before passing away. He said, “I realize that addiction is a serious issue that some people cannot change by themselves, but I need him to change. If that means that we have to fork over a lot of money to help him get better and get him into an alternative rehabilitation facility for alcohol abuse, so be it. But I do know one thing, if this continues; he is not going to see his grandson anymore.”

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