i know you are hurting right now and it does feel good to let that anger out. then you come to whats next.....
through the years i have been fullcircle and back again with my mum. she also comes from a very long line of alcoholics . its only been the last three years that her health has suffered badly. years ago she went tocouncillers, went on addiction programs, i took her to a.a. but i truly believe she just went to get everyone of her back, she did not once really say i want to stop.
i have been angry grabbed her when drunk forcing her to look in the mirror, ended up shouting all sorts of abuse but all it got me was a guilty conscience. there was a period of about a year that i hardly seen her, but i felt i could not cope if she died and i was not speaking to her. i have finally came to the conclusion that no matter how hard i try, how mad or stressed i get, that i cannot stop my mum drinking.
you can spend a lot of time worryingover your mum, exhausting yourself but even detox might not helpher if she still is in denial. try to deal with it the best you can without it takin over your life. believe me,cause i let it take over me it affected my relationship with my husband and kids and it still does to a certain extent, although i try not to.
maybe your mum will find strength one day and realise she needs help,you have been a good daughter in supporting her and when she needs help you will be there for her.