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In recent years the media have provided the public with an abundance...
In recent years the media have provided the public with an abundance of well-researched and well-documented programs and articles about what happens to the family members of alcoholics.
As one whose father was an alcoholic, I was very much aware of these programs and articles. It became clear to me that this was not a pattern that I wanted to accept for my own life. While my father was never physically abusive, I had lived out almost everything the modern professionals have said a child of an alcoholic would, from low self-esteem, to suicide contemplation, to divorce. Most typically, I had hidden my father's problem, lied about it, been embarrassed by it, felt guilty and resentful about what the problem had done to my family and outlook.
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James H. Meyer
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The Christian Science Board of Directors
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