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« Reply #3: February 04, 2008, 03:14:07 pm »

I went back to my parents' house over the weekend and guess what I saw on Saturday afternoon?  That's right, my dad drinking a bottle of beer.  Now, alcohol tends to bring out my father's darker side and he was sober for over ten years. 


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I hope things work out for the best and that your sis or any one else is not placed in any danger.  Only thing I could think of if I were in that situation would be to  try to get him to go to an addicts support group or see a counsellor specialising in addiction as soon as possible.  Here’s hoping that he goes back on to the path of sobriety as quick as poss.
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