Signs Of An Alcoholic Partner

An alcoholic can abuse either beer, liquor or wine. Getting to know if someone is alcoholic is not easy, therefore on noticing any of the signs discussed below, you should ask your partner to go for evaluation whether or not they admit being alcoholic. You should also get help for your children and yourself when you realize your partner is alcoholic.

Signs of alcoholism

Overconsumption of alcohol

xaxcscdRealizing this character might be tricky, but it means that they are taking more alcohol than they should. Some take alcohol all week long, while others only drink once a week. If one gets sometimes injured in a year from drinking alcohol, it may mean a drinking problem.

Ritualizing drinking

Some people make alcohol a ritual, for instance, some must take a glass or two of wine before dinner. This can be a sign of a person with a drinking problem.

Tolerance

Alcoholics develop a tolerance for alcohol and continue taking more as time goes by. For example, if they used to take a twelve pack in a week, the time reduce to three days.

Inability to manage responsibilities

An alcoholic partner starts having issues and difficulties at work. Absenteeism and poor performance become his new trend, and even the boss starts complaining. An alcoholic wife fails on her wife duties, for example, forgets to pick children from school.

Physical withdrawal

You may start noticing some symptoms when the person cannot access alcohol, for example, sweating and trembling which seize after a drink.

What to do with an alcoholic partner
  • xscvedrfUnderstand alcoholism. It is very important to understand what alcoholism is and the physical and emotional problems suffered by those with the problem. This will help you in step two.
  • Try to cope. After understanding what alcoholism is, then you can try to live with the alcoholic partner with their many problems.
  • Get help from outside. Once you are sure that your partner is alcoholic, then get help. Identify available programs are helping alcoholics and their families and join with your family.