Study Finds Active Participation in AA Aids in Long-Term Recovery Recovering alcoholics who help others in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) have better outcomes themselves, a new study concludes. Helping others increases the amount of time a person stays sober, according to researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. The findings come from a 10-year study, …∞
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In some ways, the hardest part of establishing and maintaining long-term recovery from alcoholism or addiction comes when the initial, intensive part of treatment has been completed. To avoid relapse, most recovering people need to be in the warm embrace of loved ones – whether their close, biological family or the new "family" of other …∞
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