You Don't Have to Die to Be Free

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Self-Help - 68 pages
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You Don't Have to Die to Be Free is an insightfully honest biographical account of the impact of an alcoholic's relapse. Told from the point of view of the wife of an alcoholic, this is the story of how she manages to maintain her sanity and come out ahead.

 

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Contents

Not Again
1
Growing Up Dysfunctional
3
Growing Up Alcoholic
8
Free At Last
10
The Journey Begins
13
Frightening Developments
18
Seeking Help
20
Change Begins With Me
25
Nightfall
35
Muddling Through
38
Business Woman
41
Wanting to Die
43
Detaching
48
Treatment Centers
52
Alcoholism A Primary Disease
56
BiPolar Symptoms
68

Growing Stronger
29
The Good Years
33

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About the author (2003)

Linda L. grew up and continues to reside in small town Oklahoma. She has been married to Tom for 39 years and has two grown daughters. She manages a successful business in Kansas, travels, and enjoys the many challenges of life.

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