Good morning! I am new here but have gained so much valuable insight. Here is my background: I grew up with an alcoholic father who died in his 50's. My precious older sister suffers from alcohol dementia and my brother is a weekend binge drinker. I am the youngest. For years I have been able to keep my alcohol to two drinks at dinner time. Now I am wondering if this girl is an acoholic too. Have I convinced myself all these years that just because I can stop at two, I don't have a problem? I would appreciate any feedback.
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