If you drink, where would you rate yourself on the drinking scale? Occasional drinker; social events only; just on the weekends; I can hold my liquor; I get drunk but it’s no big deal . . .

From a purely factual reality standpoint, many drinkers underestimate or understate their drinking level. This becomes even more prevalent as a drinker starts down the path to alcoholism. Justification, rationalization, minimizing and pure denial are only a few of the strategies a drinker will use to deflect evidence they’re entering the realm of alcoholism.

If you or someone you care about is caught up in a drinking cycle, and you’re not sure where you or they register on the alcoholism scale, take the “AUDIT” test and find out—

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/where-science-meets-the-steps/201509/is-your-drinking-putting-you-risk

So, how did you score? If you’re ready to taker a closer look at your drinking problem, get into Action Recovery Group for a free clinical addiction assessment with one of our professional team. Call our offices today for an appointment.

Don’t miss our last post—http://actiontreatment.com/2018/08/21/are-you-co-dependent/