Book: Think and Get Sober by Edward Murphycategories: Book, Self Help, Alcohol, Drinking, Sober, Problem Drinking, Alcoholism, Alcoholic
Edward Murphyabout this book: Alcohol is a wonderful drug, yes it is a drug and I am always amused that it is always separated when being addressed as "Drugs and Alcohol". Like any drug used in moderation it has many benefits but sad to say one out of every ten drinkers of alcohol gets in to trouble with it, me being one of them. I was not in the gutter, attended college had a successful business etc. but the drinking was always there waiting to raise its ugly head which it did far too often. After many AA meetings and meetings with counselors the diagnosis was, I am an alcoholic with an incurable disease and and by going to AA meetings plus total abstinence was the only way to keep this disease in remission. When all of this did not work I decided to take a set back and to really think about where I was and how to remove the problem. In my research I found that AA is only successful maybe 10 present on the time and a very detailed government study disproved the propaganda "theology" that AA preaches. The end result was my eliminating the problem on my own using commonsense approaches in the privacy of my own home at no cost. I wrote this book to help those of you that are wrestling with problem drinking and explain that you do not have a disease but have made poor choices and you can change. It is my hope that this book will bring sanity to the discussion of problem drinking and will show the reader how to get sober and stay sober.
Think: Direct one's mind toward something
Get: Seek and obtain
Sober: Not habitually drinking alcohol
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