Alcoholics Anonymous Participation Promotes Long-Term Recovery
A new study published in a special issue of Substance Abuse finds that recovering alcoholics who help others in 12-step programs furthers their time sober, consideration for others, step-work, and long-term meeting attendance.
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#1 Sep 10, 2012
AA's own figures show a 5% success rate. aa is little more than a religious cult! If it helps some people fine but there are better and more effective treatment methods. Courts across the country have held that aa is religious in nature and people cannot be forced to attend meetings!
#3 Nov 27, 2012
Hey there would you mind stating which blog platform you're using..12-month AA examine place or as easy as giving out one's individual knowledge in recovery to another member sufferer and continue their soberness.
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