Undrunk: A Skeptics Guide to AA (Google eBook)

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Hazelden Publishing, Aug 21, 2013 - Psychology - 148 pages
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In this unprecedented book, A. J. Adams uses self-deprecating humor, entertaining anecdotes, and frank descriptions to introduce anyone who "just doesn't get" Alcoholics Anonymous to the complete "Undrunk" lifestyle.

My eyes wandered around the room, taking in the strange collection of humanity seeking to claim me as a fellow sufferer. If variety is the spice of life, this crowd was the jambalaya of affliction.

Beginning with the story of his first AA meeting, he takes the mystery out what goes on behind closed doors, dispelling misconceptions of AA as cult like, secretive, campy, or lowbrow. He then presents a user-friendly history and introduction to AA, explaining the Steps, Traditions, terms, and sayings--all punctuated by honest, often hilarious descriptions of his own struggles and eventual transformation to "getting" the program.


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User Review  - Wendy Davis - Goodreads

very insiteful look at an alcoholics viewpoint in their first year. enjoyed this book very much and as a recovering alcoholic myself appreciated the chance to look back at that first year and smile. Read full review

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User Review  - Linn - Goodreads

Interesting read that takes the mystery out of what AA is, how it started and why it works for so many people. I actually found reading it quite humbling. Oh, and it's FUNNY. Read full review

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