“Blind Drunk” by Anne Morshead helps others see the signs of an alcohol problem and learn ways to detach with compassion
When a loved one is struggling with an alcohol problem it is natural to think you can help them, even change them. In Anne Morshead’s new book, Blind Drunk she challenges the reader to accept reality, learn how to detach from the other person’s problem and bring the focus back to the self, helping the reader to recover a less stressful and happier way of life.
Written in conversational style, Blind Drunk starts with Morshead’s own experience of this problem, the title being pertinent as her partner is visually impaired. She shares thoughts and feelings whilst exploring her motivations and how she was able to, eventually, alter her behavior. While educating the reader with important information about the drug ethyl alcohol, the book offers a deeper explanation of the situation, leading to peace and constantly giving the reader hope for the future.