Tip #3: Join an Alcohol Abuse Support Group

You may find it helpful to join an alcohol abuse support group, even if you do not feel you have an alcohol problem. This type of group can offer you the support you need because many of the group members will have gone through an experience similar to yours and will understand your worries and anxieties.

Tip #4: Seek Professional Help for Your Mental Health

You may find it helpful to seek counseling during the stressful months while you wait for your case to go through the judicial process. A mental health professional will have techniques you can use to cope with your anxiety.

Tip #5: Talk to Family and Friends About Your DWI

It can be helpful to talk about your worries and feelings with your family and friends. They can offer you emotional support and practical help, such as giving you rides when your driver’s license is suspended.

C. Todd Browning
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