Gurdon, Arkansas AA Meetings

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Gurdon is a city in Clark County, Arkansas with a small population of a couple thousand. Founded in the nineteenth century as a railroad town for the timber industry, Gurdon also has a history of alcohol addiction. The town has Alcoholics Anonymous meeting locations set up to help individuals living in the city who are dealing with alcoholism. A dependence on alcohol for too long can cause life-altering ramifications, such as physical, emotional, psychological, social, and also financial damage. Alcohol is legal and also typically accepted in society, so it’s difficult to know what is way too much alcohol to drink. Any kind of alcohol consumption that triggers negative effects in an individual is considered dangerous. Some forms of alcohol addiction can be misleading, such as high-functioning alcoholism. This condition is when an individual drink constantly yet remains extremely functional in their day-to-day lives. This type of alcohol addiction is particularly dangerous because the drinker hardly ever realizes that they have a problem until they are hit with the adverse consequences of it. If you drink regularly but remain highly functional, you can get help before it is too late by attending AA meetings in Gurdon. Alcoholicsanonymous.com hosts info on these meetings, as well as other Arkansas AA meetings.

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