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Addiction to Recovery

My revised book "Addiction to Recovery" is now available for purchase on Amazon


Are You an Alcoholic ?

Can you relate? • You drink to cope with the pressure of your work. • You seem to be always late for work. • You want to stop drinking but can not. • The urge to drink never leaves you. • When people point out you may be drinking too...


How to Beat Alcoholism Walking Your Road to Recovery

My book "How to Beat Alcoholism" is available on Amazon. Download Ebook to your Kindle. The book discusses different approaches that alcoholics can use to stop drinking and begin the recovery process. Additionally, issues related to drug abuse in tandem with alcohol abuse. The impact of specific psychological disorders...

The Only Requirement to Join Alcoholics Anonymous

“At one time every AA group had many membership rules. Everybody was scared witless that something or somebody would capsize the boat. The total list was a mile long. If all those rules had been in effect everywhere nobody could have joined AA at all” 12 Steps and...

Seniors and Alcoholism Signs to Look For

   By now we all know Alcoholism is a dangerous and progressive disease that could ultimately be lethal. Around 1 in 10 Americans over the age of 60 suffer from this disease Even though this is a severe health concern, it will often go unrecognized, and even...

Alcoholics Anonymous

How Alcoholics Anonymous Worked For Me.

  After finding the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous listening to the many stories I knew that I was in the right place. At last, I had found comfort after many years of being lost in the disease of alcoholism no longer alone, now I could get help. Help...

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous the 12 Steps

We admitted we were powerless over alcohol…that our lives had become unmanageable. Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we...