Knowing When to Go To an Alcoholism Treatment Program Do you feel like you always have voices in your head telling you how you’re nothing or that no one likes you? Do you deal with constant anxiety and fear surrounding everyday life? Is it hard for you to even open mail or answer the phone? Is the only way you can cope with your everyday life is by drinking? If so, and you don’t want to continue dealing with these things and want to stop drinking than an alcoholism treatment program is a good option for you, because, while it is a self-diagnosed disease, you very well may be suffering from alcoholism. New Treatments Available for Alcoholism If you are suffering from alcoholism new treatment is available. There is always the old stand by, the twelve steps, but there are also alternatives that you can turn to if you do not feel comfortable going to AA to deal with your alcoholism. Therapy, counseling, in groups or on and individual level can help you find activities that will allow you to deal with alcoholism and conquer all the negative parts of your life surrounding it, including fears and anxiety. Giving up Alcohol with Treatment To be fair, alcoholism treatment is a big step for someone who has spent so much of their life drinking. It may feel like you’re breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend or ditching your best friend. What you need to understand is that your relationship with alcoholism is a toxic one and that once your lose it from your life, you will be open to so many new experiences and other things that will replace it and make you happier and ready to live a normal life where opening the mail doesn't seem do scary.