not until they sober up. My wife is an alcoholic, and most of the time, she can't even remember all the rotten crap she does when she's drunk
I am a recovering Alcoholic, and yesI have remorse of my wrong doings. I was drinking to block out the **** things in my life; unconsiously hurting and affecting everyone that loved or cared for me. It took awhile for me to come to the realization that all I was doing was destroying everything. When my eyes opened up and I saw what I was doing; I reached out for help. I haven't drank since.
Only if they are caught. Then it's just to get a lighter sentence in court.
Yes, they're capable, and they do feel remorse, and they feel like horrible people, so they drink to make it go away, and they do something else that they feel guilty about (even if it's drinking, itself) and feel horrible and remorseful, so they drink... and then feel horrible...
capable, yes, but in my experience, the alcoholic is too involved with their alcohol to give a crap about anything else, and normally doesn't remember.
The problem is what they do about it!<br />
Because they may drink to escape the feelings.
Of course. All human beings are capable of remorse. The key is whether or not they do anything about what they've done.
No. The next drink wins in superiority. It's called ADDICTION.
yes. sometimes the remorse drives them to drink. but they can only pull themselves out because them. and sometimes they have to fight the urge to drink being overwhelmed with all they did and everyone they hurt. and go back to self-destruction.
No this will only occur when they admit they have a problem, I speakn from experience I was that ahole!