Some new resources from various media
From The Fix:
Everybody Knows: 10 Lessons from 10 Years of Sobriety Without AA - Mishka Shubaly (from "The Fix" 5/28/19)
Are Millennials Over Alcoholics Anonymous? Young addicts are increasingly seeking alternative methods to support their recovery.
From the NY Times:
So You’ve Made a Huge Mistake. What Now? It’s fine. You’re fine. Everything is O.K.
Drinkers Like Me British broadcaster Adrian Chiles examines his (and friends) drinking behavior in this BBC Special.
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