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How Alcoholics Anonymous Failed Me : My Personal Journey to Sobriety Through Self-Empowerment
How Alcoholics Anonymous Failed Me : My Personal Journey to Sobriety Through Self-Empowerment Marianne Gilliam 0688170137 9780688170134 If AA is so effective, why do 14 million Americans struggle with alcoholism? Why does the rate
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How Alcoholics Anonymous Failed Me : My Personal Journey to Sobriety Through Self-Empowerment by Marianne Gilliam

If AA is so effective, why do 14 million Americans struggle with alcoholism? Why does the rate of relapse from AA hover around 70 percent? In this first-person account of her fourteen years as a drunk, thirty-three-year-old Marianne Gilliam comes to the conclusion that AA is a fundamentally flawed program. Refusing to accept the idea that alcoholism is a disease, that she and other drinkers are powerless, and that twelve-step meetings are the answer, Marianne Gilliam found her own path to sobriety in meaningful, love-based approach to a life founded on her own self-worth.

Author: Marianne Gilliam

Language: English

Edition: 1st Pbk. Ed

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 304

Publisher: Harper Perennial

Publication Date: 1999-08-04

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ISBN: 0688170137


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