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However, somebody who makes a habit of drinking too much alcohol could have a more serious problem, that of being an alcoholic. Alcoholics don’t need a reason and will always justify their drinking with more reasons and excuses than space permits us to list here! 46 DEALING WITH PEOPLE HEAVY DRINKER? ’ 47 DEALING WITH PEOPLE HEAVY DRINKER? PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS ● Observe the person over a period of time: - if you know there is a ‘life problem’ deal with it via counselling and support - generally speaking, such a person will be only too willing to try anything to feel better and be quite happy to quit drinking - should this not be successful and the behaviour continues, then you could be dealing with an alcoholic ● If it’s alcoholism, then try: - encouraging the individual to identify it - getting him to contact AA or suggesting that he contacts his own doctor with the support of a friend, colleague or family if necessary - bearing in mind that you will have limited or even no success in helping an alcoholic who has not recognised or admitted his problem; often he will keep reverting to the ‘reasons’ and carry on drinking (‘After all, you would drink if you had my problems ...
You’re not told about it, worse still you find out from others - your staff ● Not consulted; meetings happen to which you’re not invited ● You hear a rumour and ignore it, it can’t be true, or, you confront your boss only to be told: ‘It doesn’t affect you’, ‘There’s nothing to worry about’ OR ● You are consulted and asked for your views, but: - these are ignored - it’s a token gesture; the plans are in place despite you 35 DEALING WITH PEOPLE BOSS DECIDES WITHOUT YOU? ) 36 DEALING WITH PEOPLE BOSS DECIDES WITHOUT YOU?
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS ● Accept that it may not be the person who is difficult, but her behaviour ● Think about the ‘difficult’ person: - In what situation is she difficult? - What is it about her behaviour that’s difficult? - What triggers that behaviour in the first place? - How do you react when she behaves in that way? - Is there a pattern emerging? ● Identify the behaviour that you find difficult: can you put a label on it? (If so this will help you deal with it) ● Recognise how you feel when it happens, eg: overwhelmed/helpless; not in control; aggressive/worked up ● Demonstrate that you are in control; avoid showing anger or frustration 29 DEALING WITH PEOPLE ‘DIFFICULT’ INDIVIDUAL?
93 Ways to Make Your Website More Member Friendly by Scott C. Stevenson