by Rona | Oct 31, 2019 | KPFA, Podcasts, Radio Shows
Listen now to the 11/4/19 show on 94.1FM @KPFA.org
Almost 16 million Americans had an alcohol use disorder in 2016 and nearly 80 million Americans were affected by a loved one’s drinking.
Do you know the difference between Alcohol Use, Alcohol Abuse, and Alcoholism? My guest Lisa Frederiksen, author of “If You Loved Me You’d Stop,” explained the characteristics of Alcohol Use Disorder and the consequences of drinking on family members as well as the person drinking. Alcoholism can be treated and a person can have a complete remission. It’s never too late to get help.
Guest: Lisa Frederiksen is the founder of BreakingTheCycles.com. Her 40 years of experience coping with loved ones who drank too much and her 16 years of work studying the scientific research on brain development, alcohol, drug use disorders, mental illness, trauma, and the family member’s experience, culminate in her “10th Anniversary Edition of “If You Loved Me, You’d Stop!“ Lisa is a nationally recognized keynote speaker, consultant, and author of 12 books.