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Editor's Pick MightyWord.com (May 2000)

BUY BOOKThe 12 Step Program is more than a topic of discussion for those who believe they will always be sick; it is a path of complete recovery that rarely, if ever, fails. Fun to read and informative, this little book is a blueprint for sober living.  (Available as an E-Book or in  Paperback.)

About The Author

An offspring of California drug culture, Rick A. survived as a medic in Vietnam, only to return to a life of alcoholism, drug addiction, and divorce. In 1986, after twenty-two years of addiction, he was finally able to get sober in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. After being a client and subsequently working as a counselor in one of the largest rehabs in the country, the author discovered why fewer alcoholics were staying sober in AA since the advent of the treatment industry over thirty years before. Now, as a sober member of AA for over sixteen years, he is living proof that, in spite of modern treatment myths, alcoholics can, and do, get well.

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