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Articles about alcoholics anonymous and other 12 step recovery programs

Am I An Alcoholic – If You Have To Ask, Read This First

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 Am I An Alcoholic? Am I An Alcoholic? It’s the big question that so many nervously tap into Google and hope for the best. First, it’s important to understand there is a range of alcoholism. There are not just regular drinkers and alcoholics. There is a difference between problem drinkers and alcoholics.  The truth […]

There’s Nothing Wrong with You If AA Doesn’t Work

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AA Doesn’t Work For Most People… But That’s Okay While alcohol is the one specific problem for many — with excessive drinking causing over 80,000 deaths per year in the U.S. alone, there is not one specific solution that fits everyone that has a problem with alcohol. Yet, Alcoholics Anonymous has been touted as the only solution in the mainstream treatment […]

Have I changed My Mind On The Sinclair Method And Naltrexone?

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The Sinclair Method And Naltrexone… have I REALLY changed my mind? I have always been a very vocal critic of the whole taking a drug to fix a drug problem. Recently some people have been asking me if I have changed my mind somewhat. The answer is yes and no! I tried taking medication to […]

Find AA Meetings In Ohio

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Alcohol Addiction In Ohio Alcohol addiction is a risk to the wellness, security, and success of Ohioans daily. According to a new CDC report on countrywide alcohol usage and its consequences, Ohio citizens 21 and older rank regularly greater than the nationwide standard in regards to excessive alcohol consumption (having 5 or more alcoholic beverages […]

Alcoholics Anonymous Is Often The First Choice But Is It The Best?

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Alcoholics Anonymous, is it for you? There are a variety of reasons why Alcoholics Anonymous or the various other 12-Step programs might not help the vast majority of individuals. They range from a strong denial of there being a problem in the first place to an aversion to being a part of what they see […]