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Who Gets Sober and Who Struggles to Get Sober? explores why some who attempt to get and live sober find sobriety so elusive and difficult. Eighty nuanced questions are asked and discussed from the perspective of the fundamental question: why did you relapse? This book identifies those ways in which a person is vulnerable to a relapse. Then that person can choose to study and address those vulnerabilities and lower the possibility of a relapse. These eighty nuanced questions about relapse are an excellent diagnostic tool for those who relapse, for sponsors of the still struggling alcoholic, and as an assessment tool for alcohol and drug treatment programs.
|Publisher:||Page Publishing, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||650 KB|
About the Author
Roy has been sober over three decades with a sobriety date of July 26, 1984. Professionally, he has been a public school teacher, owned and worked in his own funeral home for over thirty years, and worked in an inpatient hospital specializing in alcohol and drug treatment for over twenty years. He is a licensed social worker and a licensed independent chemical dependency counselor. Roy continues to attend Alcoholics Anonymous, observing alcoholics and drug addicts, and has developed an intense curiosity over why sobriety is so difficult for many with relapse being so common.