Adult children of alcoholics remember: true stories of abuse and recovery by ACOAS

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Harmony Books, Apr 13, 1989 - Self-Help - 220 pages
Adult children of alcoholics tell true stories of pain and redemption in this frank, moving and ultimately inspiring collection. Reading their personal accounts will help those with similar troubles summon the courage to change.

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A simply terrific concept for a book! In fact, I had an idea for a book very similar to this, but it was broader in scope. I thought it would be awesome to have a book with stories from people harmed by alcohol in many ways. I came across the book with part delight and part disappointment that someone beat me to the punch. The stories were touching and it is sure nice to realize someone shares your pain. I think a lot of people should read this anthology to get a better understanding of all the torment children of alcoholics face. 


Barbara Robinson

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