The purpose of this book is an attempt to answer the question: “Do you believe you are either: an alcoholic/addict who needs weekly recovery meetings for the rest of your life or simply an abuser who needs to clean up his or her act?”
This topic and its conclusions came out of a life-changing episode of “perfect storm” dimensions. As a sixty-five-year-old man, I had seen my life as I had known it go suddenly “off course,” and to cope with this, I began journaling. My career had crashed, my marriage of 27 years had ended suddenly, and I was nearly broke.
One of the first things I discovered was how little my three decades of attendance in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), influenced the recovery I desperately had to achieve.
AA was no longer the safe harbor it had been for me—no longer the flotation device or life preserver tossed to a victim who had washed overboard. Instead, it offered virtually no solutions at all—because I had finally outgrown it—and you’re not supposed to do that.
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