“Victoria is not alone in having this trouble at Christmas. For the sake of children, we must dare to talk loudly about an important topic.”
By AV•OG•TIL (Norway, December 2017)
“Dad is not my funny dad anymore. He has got a different colour on his cheeks.
These words come from a woman who is today an adult. In this case, she depicts a Christmas when she was 10 years old. She was used to daddy drinking a little too much on Christmas Eve.
Even expectations of what was below the tree were therefore absent. Instead, everything was about when Dad would change. To control she counted the number of drinks.”