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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!!
This is an autobiography of a women in the process of recovery. No one understands the trappings of addition like an addict and no one communicates hope like an addict living in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by RuthR
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 9 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 12 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 13 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 13 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 17 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 23 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