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The Addict

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The Addict 2017-12-01T12:52:28+00:00


The Addict: This family member’s worth in the system is dependent on fulfilling a predetermined occupation or course of action, regardless of the needs or wishes of the individual involved.

Alcoholic families tend to be chaotic and unpredictable. Rules that apply one day don't apply the next. Promises are neither kept nor remembered. Expectations vary from one day to the next. Parents may be strict at times and indifferent at others. In addition, emotional expression is frequently forbidden and discussion about the alcohol use or related family problems is usually nonexistent. Family members are usually expected to keep problems a secret, thus preventing anyone from seeking help. All of these factors leave children feeling insecure, frustrated, and angry.


Script: (Intolerant, Angry, dismissive, abusive)


Shut up Crying, Boys Don’t Cry

Im going for a Fucking Drink

If you don’t Shut Up Im going

to give you a right beating then

you will have something to cry about