Alcohol abuse is something that runs in my family for the long run primarily on my mother's side. My father has stayed away from such intoxicants ever since they got married because he's seen what it can do. My uncle who is the father of my 2 cousins is one of those individuals in the family that has taken drinking to a new level. When he married my aunt everything was just fine, but then he started hanging out with his friends more often and would come home drunk every night. One night it came to a horrible realization - he needed help. He came home around 4 in the morning and was found with a pool of blood around him on the floor. He had apparently been so drunk that he hit his head very hard on the side of the bed table and started to bleed. Of course, he felt no pain because he was heavily intoxicated and immediately "fell asleep." Rushing to the hospital my aunt called his work and they came to the conclusion that he had to be taken to therapy. He was suspended from work until he was able to control his drinking. 2 months into the treatment he was doing very well, but then again he fell on the drinking path. My cousins are about 13 and 11 now and both of them are very frightened, it is not fair for them to live in such a household. What advice should I give them?