First I have 4+ yr's sober, only through my own desire to quit along with the help of AA meetings. I'm now faced with a dilema reguarding a friend of the family. He doesn't think he has a problem, though his fiance does. He basicly tries to hide his drinking, ie.. waiting for her to go to bed or going off by himself for a short time. I'm not sure how to approach him, but know I'm not ready to sponsor anyone. Any ideas?
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