Hi everyone, I just wanted to let you know what happens in the end. My parents are both alcholics. My dad passed away at 66 a terrible death. Now, my mother is in terrible pain, bleeding and lies in bed all day long. Please don't let this happen to you and your loved ones. We cannot bare to see our loved ones go like this. It is a horrible death. Constant pain, forgetfulness. Multiple personalities. Even her great grandchildren are afraid of her. I found out next week if it is cancer and the doctor said if it is it will be a terrible struggle. I know many times they had to put my dad in a straight jacket and he wouldn't remember. Please please from the bottom of my heart do not do this to your family and yourself. Live a normal life. Yes there will be ups and downs but we all have them and have survived, those with alcohol have not.
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