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I got sober at 28 in AA. and she joined FA and I joined OA later in life like her.
If we can learn to deal with the challenges head-on, we will be better off because of it, and it will make this journey through life a whole lot easier.
Thank you Eleanor R. for releasing and sharing your journey's truths of the UNIVERSE's HEALING GRACE in store for EACH of us!!
How does the addict thrive after they sober up = experience, strength & HOPE - The Disease of More is a fill-up for the soul.
I can really relate to the author's story. There has been something lacking in my AA recovery. And I can see now that the next step in my journey is to recover from my addiction to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by KAREN PRIBBERNOW
I'm new to FA and have found this book to be very inspiring. I appreciate a comprehensive story of how the program has worked in Eleanor's life.Published 10 months ago by Dianna Gallagher
This is a must read... if the effects of addiction are troubling you or a loved one. THanks for putting it out there, Eleanor R.Published 12 months ago by Christianharder
More of the same - did not find any new insight into addiction and recovery. Would have liked a bit more.Published 12 months ago by bensmom
With 8 years of recovery myself, I have been drifting away from the program and from myself. I had stopped drinking but food had become my drug of choice. Read morePublished 16 months ago by janix
I enjoyed the honesty and thoroughness in the sharing. Very inspiring!!! Would definitely recommend it to friends. Hope there are followup books.Published 22 months ago by Kathy SmithKathy Smith
What makes a person an addict? Turning to excess when it comes to drink, drugs or food is a "disease of more" and addicts afflicted with it can take strength, hope and inspiration... Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Caryl
A very good read. It gives a lot of insight into the disease of addiction. I look forward to more for Eleanor R.Published on June 16, 2012 by Amazon Customer