barrettpm, November 12, 2011 (view all comments by barrettpm)
I first read dr milam's book when it was a 20 page pamphlet given to patients at his treament center in kirkland wa in 1978. I continue to read and refer to it over the years and recommend it to concerned friends and send it to friends in other states who don't have access to a store like powells books. I hope it will be reprinted soon.
Cali Leslie, April 27, 2009 (view all comments by Cali Leslie)
This is an excellent discussion of the physical vs pyschological drivers of alcoholism. Makes the case that alcoholism is a disease which has clear and effective treatment solutions. Excellent for the alcoholic, the family, the friends of alcholics. A must read for those on the path of understanding and recovery. Too bad it's out of print. I enjoyed reading it in hardcover.
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Dolores, January 13, 2007 (view all comments by Dolores)
This book was suggested to me by my counselor while I was in outpatient recovery. The time was right for me to read it, and if you're ready to step out of the darkness and embrace life for real this is a mind blowing tool. If your not an alcoholic or if you are looking to help someone who is suffering from alcohol abuse, this is also a very educational read. Easy to understand and full of information they should have told us about in school. Even if you aren't a problem drinker, once you read what this substance actually does to your brain and body, you may think twice about that after work cocktail. ~Dolores (8 years sober)
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