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    She can't handle her alcohol at all.

    She'll come back from work and drink a full bottle of wine and either we won't have dinner or she'll act like a drunk idiot.

    It's embarrassing.

    She gets changed with the door and windows open, and she'll be completely naked... she's ****ing weird.

    I can't stand her sometimes.

    She also denies being drunk or even drinking too much.

    She slurs her words, repeats herself often and can't walk properly. She claims she's "tired", but it's obvious to everyone she's been drinking.

    I know there's probably nothing I can do about it.
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    She can't handle her alcohol at all.

    She'll come back from work and drink a full bottle of wine and either we won't have dinner or she'll act like a drunk idiot.

    It's embarrassing.

    She gets changed with the door and windows open, and she'll be completely naked... she's ****ing weird.

    I can't stand her sometimes.

    She also denies being drunk or even drinking too much.

    She slurs her words, repeats herself often and can't walk properly. She claims she's "tired", but it's obvious to everyone she's been drinking.

    I know there's probably nothing I can do about it.
    My advice would be to speak to someone, ideally one of the services at this link:
    https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/alcohol-support-services/

    Explain your situation to them and they'll be able to offer advice.
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    Maybe speak to another adult family member about your concerns first before getting outside help, like any aunts or uncles. Particularly if your mother has siblings, tell them.
 
 
 
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