Two years ago my grandad separated from my nasty step-mother, but because of this (he was living in Spain), he became an alcoholic. The British embassy found him homeless and gave him an emergency flight back to England where he lived with us for a year, he was constantly there, we couldn't stop him from drinking and it was affecting the whole family, we also didn't have as much money because we had to feed him, get him clothes and a bed and stuff and also had to give him money for alcohol, I know it sounds like we were doing wrong, but if someone addicted is suddenly cut off from it then what might happen? He moved out and has had countless problems with the police, been kicked out of 4 flats because of his poor health and the council have given up on him. It affects my school work, well being and social behavior; I hate to watch him kill himself like this. Congratulations if you're still giving me the time of day, what should I do?
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