Adult children of alcoholics and their parents - a current researches

Sławomir Ślaski

Abstract


The author reviews a current literature on adult children, who are brought up by families with alcoholic problem. The analysis concentrate on 3 groups of problem: on discovering the kinds of conflicts which children from alcoholic families experience, on researching factors which could determinate probabilities of psychopathology, and on psychoactive substance abuse by adult children from alcoholic families.


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adult children of alcoholics; alcohol dependence

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