Cheers is an amazing account of real-life stories about the people behind alcoholism, told by the sons, daughters, wives, husbands, parents and friends affected by it, and by alcoholics themselves. Each story offers a powerful message of profound insight and ultimate hope. Having read one story, we are impelled to read them all; we feel we get to know the characters so well that by the end of the ...
Paperback: 270 pages
Publisher: Palcho Publications (August 16, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 15327661
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu book
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I was lent this book while on holiday in Spain. The timing was so applicable because I had recently broken up with my alcoholic boyfriend. He didn't recognize that he was an alcoholic and through his manipulative ways I felt a significant amount of g...
eem like friends we are sad to leave behind. Uplifting, enlightening, touching, and so very human - this is a compelling read for all. "Beautifully written and very informative, this book will dramatically change your understanding of alcoholism." Wendy van Vreeswijk, SRN - NLP "It's about time the silence was broken, that we voiced our hidden secrets, and that we courageously shared our experiences; together we can raise awareness and therefore inspire change." David Culhane MIHCA: Holistic Consultant - Psychotherapist and recovering alcoholic for twenty years. "Poignant and sometimes painfully revealing, these often heart-warming real-life stories bring a powerful message of hope to those affected by alcoholism. A must-read not only for those with an alcohol problem, and their families and friends, but also health workers and anyone with an interest in the subject." Dr. Bernadette Veeger (GP)