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Alcohol Problem

Alcohol problems are a serious matter. Not everyone with an alcoholism problem is comfortable with admitting or talking about it.

Alcohol addiction affects not only the person suffering from it but everyone who is close to that person. Problems with alcohol can cause a major rift in one's relationships with other people. In some cases, a simple alcoholism survey can help alcoholics to realize that they have a problem. It can also aid the friends of a person with an alcoholism problem to affirm the need for action.

If you think you have severe problems with alcohol or know someone who does, can help fight this dangerous addiction. We offer a comprehensive alcoholism survey that can determine whether you or your loved one has alcohol problems without having to sign up or disclose any personal information. By answering 50 comprehensive questions, you can prevent alcoholism from ruining your life and the lives of those you truly care about. may be able to help.

"If only there was a comprehensive set of questions that would lead towards an idea of a problem, perhaps a way to help determine our own conclusions without signing up for anything or committing to anything. I want to be anonymous! I just want to know. I simply just want to know."

Without making you sign up for anything, without saving any of your information, provides a comprehensive 50-question questionnaire designed specifically to help you make a very serious and most times difficult decision.

Do I or someone dear to me have a drinking problem?
What do have to lose?

Well, for one 20+ year alcoholic and so many others, it slowly evolved from social drinking to having a total dependency for alcohol that cost a wife, a house, a family, a livelihood and friends.

One Man's Story...

"I had an alcohol drinking problem for 23 years. All of the people in my life who cared about me and loved me was all lost. They simply gave up on trying to live a normal life. With a person who had a drinking problem, their pain was so great they could not continue a relationship with me.
I lost their love and respect. From my family to my friends, to my co-workers they all left my life because of my problem with alcohol. I personally know that these 50 questions will help you tremendously, to see a pattern of life with a problem drinker. It has now been 30 years since I had my drinking problem. I shall never forget those painful years, and I don't ever want to relive them either."

- Ron U

This is a secure site. No information is saved. The only information that is on record is the $10 transaction via secured Pay Pal web pages. Nothing about the survey or the results is ever saved. It is only for your own personal use.

These 50 questions have been developed to help those loved ones recognize the patterns and a way of life with alcohol. The cost of the questionnaire is $5 (US) to cover all costs such as secure web site hosting and advertising. The remainder shall be donated to local Humane Societies for homeless animals.

*Instructions, once you have made the donation click Donations Coordinator to go to the Survey

August 13,2009

Alcohol problem symptoms are of varying degrees. Family members usually can tell if a loved one is having drinking problems from its early signs. If the person continues drinking, he or she may develop signs of alcohol abuse or alcoholism.
The effects of alcohol problems depend on the severity of a person's alcohol use. Alcoholism may take its toll on a person's physical, mental and social health, and may even result in death.
The alcohol problem in America is more serious than most of us realize. Based on a recent study, millions of Americans were found to be using alcohol and drugs to gain comfort and temporarily escape their stressful conditions. While alcohol is not the sole "pain-killer" in the US today, it remains the most accessible and legal means of escape.