Danny – Alcohol And My Family.

Over the course of the next few days I will be posting this story. Each day, i will post a different one of the 4 family members stories, all written in first person. The idea behind this is to show just how differently each family member sees the problem drinking and how it affects them…

You’re Strong Enough To Handle This.

An adult child of an alcoholic gives advice to his younger self – and anyone else going through similar experiences.  This piece has been written and sent in anonymously, which is something anyone can do on coaisathing.com if they wish to share their experiences as a the child of an alcoholic. You can do that…

I Didn’t Want Out, I just Wanted The Crazy To Stop.

This piece has been bravely written and sent in by Laura. Remember Nacoa can offer help and support to anyone affected by their parents drinking no matter your age. And as always if you would like to share something as a child of an alcoholic you can use the contact page, or via our email…

The Roller Coaster Of Emotions.

This piece was sent in by Rini, and really portrays just how long lasting the emotions of being a child of an alcoholic are. Remember, Nacoa will always listen if you want to share some of your emotions to someone you trust, who will hear you. As ever you can send in your own stories…

ALCOHOLISM-THE GIFT WE CAN GIVE OUR CHILDREN

Todays piece is written by Jodee Prouse who is a speaker and outspoken advocate for eliminating the shame and stigma surrounding addiction and mental illness from a family perspective. She is the author of the Amazon category best seller, The Sun is Gone: A Sister Lost in Secrets, Shame, and Addiction, and How I Broke…

COA – It’s part of my DNA

This piece was bravely written by Darrell from Australia. If you feel like you relate to Darrells story and need someone to talk to then Nacoa is always there to listen. If you would like to share something as a COA then get in touch, posting more than once is always welcome too. My name…

You are now free, I never will be. 

This piece has been written, courageously, just days after the anonymous authors fathers death.  Remember if you need support, then Nacoa is ready to offer that. If you feel you want to share anything as the child of an alcoholic then contact us here.  I wrote your eulogy today, I should be writing to you…