I recently read some self-help books regarding alcoholism and co-depndency. I read bout people who drink constantly throughout the day etc. and that brings me to wonder, if I function normally in the day: go to work, go to the gym, do shopping/cooking/cleaning....and only drink at night time to go to sleep, does that make me an alcoholic? Also, can I be an alcoholic and co-dependent at the same time? Because the book says co-dependency is someone who has to live with someone who is drug/alcohol-dependent. Anyone??
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