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Women Alcoholics--Varying Views
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Alcoholism among women is "one of the undiscovered tragedies of the world," according to the world leader of the Salvation Army, Gen. Arnold Brown.
Female alcoholics are both harder to help and harder to recognize than male alcoholics, he said. "Women alcoholics are the product of affluence, or near affluence. They have all they need, they have time on their hands, and lack of involvement in... Login to read more
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