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, …∞
A Recovering Alcoholic Relates How He Overcame Depression and Paralysis of the Mind with Meditation and Spirituality Not so long ago I came to one of those bleak periods that most of us encounter from time to time, when everything goes stale and flat, and enthusiasm dies – each day I said ‘today life will …∞
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A new report shows that people in recovery can help hospitalized alcoholics by encouraging them to quit drinking and enter counseling, “A recovering alcoholic can help alcoholics who are still suffering from the disease, because the patients relate to them,” said Dr. Richard D. Blondell, an addiction-medicine specialist at the University of Louisville School of …∞
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