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Given as a gift to a loved one so not sure if it will be the answer but i totally believe the tao way is the only way so know it will be goodPublished 2 months ago by downunder
I bought this as a gift for a friend, but as someone who has quit drinking in the past year I thought I'd skim through it. There seemed to be a lot of good information in here. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Robyn
this was a very interesting book, especially if you are fighting to keep sobriety. The book almost takes you out of yourself and helps you gain more self control by understanding... Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by jeffrey palmer sr
This book was alright because it did have some useful advice on living "the middle way", but I was expecting more guidance on recovery and sobriety specifically. Read morePublished on December 9, 2009 by Addict in recovery
More psycho-clinical than spiritual. Not what I expected given the Title of the book. Also could be confusing to someone new in sobriety.Published on November 15, 2009 by jpw
It must be remembered that this book is written by 2 psychologists.
Buddism and its philosophy, teaching and meditations are very conducive to a pshychological bent. Read more
Reading this book was a key turning point in my recovery. It really put everything into perspective for me and strengthened my commitment to remaining sober and living a live of... Read morePublished on January 27, 2008 by C. H. Godwin
I found this book to be a helpful and useful way to look at one's self not only in the context of alcoholism or addiction, but in the context of life in general. Read morePublished on March 18, 2006 by Greg Klinkel
The title of this book is misleading, it is not about Taoism and Sobriety, it is about Buddhism and Sobriety. Read morePublished on January 29, 2004 by Wu Li Heron