Add to Your TBR Pile: The Best AA Books

Add to Your TBR Pile: The Best AA Books

Few moments are as impactful or frightening as the realization that you or someone you love has a drinking problem. Yet alcohol addiction is the second most common form of substance abuse, only behind tobacco use.


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Top Benefits of Recovery Coins

Top Benefits of Recovery Coins

While there are plenty of paths to recovery, Stanford found that Alcoholics Anonymous remains the most effective way to get -- and stay -- sober.


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From Young Adult to Chronic Severe Subtype: The 5 Types of Alcoholics

From Young Adult to Chronic Severe Subtype: The 5 Types of Alcoholics

Alcohol dependence is a complex and widespread phenomenon, affecting 10% of Americans over 12 years old and resulting in 140,000 deaths annually.  Drinking problems affect people of every demographic in every country of the world, even those where alcohol is illegal. 


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Recovering vs. Recovered Alcoholic: Which Label Should You Use?

Recovering vs. Recovered Alcoholic: Which Label Should You Use?

About 90% of people who need recovery decide not to get help. Therefore, if you’ve done the work to overcome your addiction, then you have every reason to be proud of yourself.
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