The Thinking Person's Guide to SobrietyBook - 1999
These are the last people anyone would think of as alcoholics. They work hard every day, are well respected by peers, socialize with their friends, and there is no hint of legal trouble. Yet each has a desire to stop drinking because life is increasingly painful and the road ahead leads only to agony. Through AA, each person realizes that, of all people and despite outward appearances, he or she is addicted to alcohol. Anchoring the book is the story of Bert Pluymen, one of the most successful lawyers in America, and his battle for sobriety. This book is triumphant and uplifting, and it contains startling scientific facts surrounding addiction.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: 362.29286 PL
Characteristics: xvii, 233 p. ; 22 cm.