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Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
Simpsons family life. The effects of alcohol .
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  • 1.
  • 2. This is me and my family having a really good time.
  • 3. We like doing family things.
  • 4. We also have lots of friends.
  • 5. This is my Dad. He drinks a lot of beer.
  • 6. He can be great fun and he makes us laugh!
  • 7. Sometimes he goes out to the pub for a drink.
  • 8. Other times he drinks at home.
  • 9. He gets a sore head from drinking too much beer and sleeps a lot.
  • 10. He shouts at us if we make too much noise.
  • 11. Mum worries about dad all the time.
  • 12. He knows that drinking too much is not good for you.
  • 13. If he’s not drinking, he’s thinking about drinking.
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  • 14. Even when we do fun family stuff.
  • 15. Sometimes he says things he doesn't mean when he's been drinking.
  • 16. One time he was arrested by the police for fighting in the street.
  • 17. Other times he embarrasses me and my Mum.
  • 18. Some times he gets angry and scares me and my family.
  • 19. Other times I feel like the adult and have to take care of him when he's drunk.
  • 20. The next day, he says he can’t remember what he said or done.
  • 21. He always says he's sorry and feels bad.
  • 22. If this happens to you, you are not alone!3.4 million children in the UK live with similar problems at home.
  • 23. Some children worry so much about what’s going on at home that they forget to have FUN.
  • 24. Doing outside activities can help you forget about the problems at home and help you feel better about yourself.
  • 25. Talk to someone you trust
    Talking about your feelings is not telling on your family-It’s about taking care of yourself.
  • 26. Talk to a family member.
  • 27. Talk to a Teacher.
  • 28. Or talk to a close friend.
  • 29. You can look online at these websites offering you help & support.
    www.nacoa
    www.childline
    www.neverassume.org
  • 30. You can call special help lines free and speak to someone who will understand how you feel.
    Nacoa; 0800 358 3456
    Childline; 0800 1111
    NSPCC; 0800 800 500
  • 31. One day Dad made up his mind to get help.
  • 32. Mum went online and looked at all the choices of help & support available.
    www.neverassum.org
  • 33. He didn’t know there were so many people just like him.
  • 34. Help is available.
    YOU CAN TALK,
    LOOK ONLINE,
    OR CALL A HELP LINE.
  • 35.
  • 36. NEVERASSUMEraising awareness
    2010

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