Cruel Harvest by Fran Elizabeth Grubb is a memoir that will touch your heart.
You are not an alcoholic or an addict. You are not incurably diseased. You have merely become dependent on substances or addictive behavior to cope with underlying conditions that you are now going to heal,...
People who are dependent are merely using alcohol as a crutch to get through the day. Yet doctors and scientists are still treating “alcoholism” as if it is the problem, when it has nothing to...
AA purports to be open to anyone, as it is stated in Tradition Tree, “The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking,” but it isn’t open to everyone. It’s open only...
Alcoholism is above all a disease of denial.
The Big Book’s chapter We Agnostics draws a line in the sand: God either is or He isn’t. What was our choice to be (Alcoholics Anonymous, 53)? Nature abhors a vacuum and a state of...
I cannot trust my other side, my drunken side, to act in my best interests anymore.
Drinking is something people do; it’s not what you are. But when it becomes what you are, you need to think about becoming something else.
I see that a man cannot give himself up to drinking without being miserable one-half his days and mad the other.
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