If you ever lived with an alcoholic parent then you know the suffering that takes place. You know you should get help. You know you should call al-anon or al-a-teen.
It’s painful! Ask Jill Kreshky. She’s a high school student who lived with her alcoholic father.
For almost thirty years, Jill tried to repress memories of her father. But she is in a coma because of a car accident. Jill can’t prevent her mind from drifting back to her childhood evenings when her father came home drunk. One such disturbing incident is found in the novel, Baggage burdens. in the chapter called Not Again.