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“A vital tool for awakening the alcohol-abusing professional.” ―Dr. Frank Sadlack, Ph.D., executive director of La Hacienda Treatment Center
“The section on women [and alcohol] is especially good.” ―Ann W. Richards, former governor of Texas
Positively fascinating! The author tries convincing himself that because he doesn't drink "regularly" he's not an alcoholic. Very well written! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Anita
This book is written from a "know it all" philosophy... The Author is a "renounced" lawyer- Which contains many illustrations that can make an alcoholic modest and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Richard Ingram
For someone who was struggling with alcoholism in her family. Not sure how she felt about the book; it was one of several books purchased and given away.Published 17 months ago by C. B. McKenzie
I use this book with a lot of my clients and those that have a lot of ambiguity/contemplation going on about their drinking.Published on April 3, 2013 by Chris
I found this book many years ago and have given away at least 20 copies to people who thought they might have a problem with alcohol. Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by E. Daly
Good info for someone who has NOT hit rock bottom and doesn't want to...for someone who may be in denial about heading down that path...Published on September 7, 2010 by GA Mom
I found this book to be an excellent addition to the the AA Big Book. The author isn't nearly as "dry" or antiquated as the BB, in his writing, and the book is a great, up-to-date... Read morePublished on May 6, 2009 by Jae
I'm in my 50's, spent 20+ years working in middle management in Fortune 500 companies, rarely even got hangovers, but was worried that I was drinking too much. Read morePublished on September 29, 2006 by GCP
Good personal stories included in this book.
However he gives little voice to recovery programs other than 12 step programs like AA.