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11 March 2006

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Ray

This is a very moving piece and resonates with me as I recently began a placement within an alcohol team in Sheffield. Pretty much a cinderella service compared to the substance misuse service which has quadrupled in size over the last 7 years, we are also facing the shutting down of one of the few "dry" residential rehabilitation services in the area next month. I had the opportunity to visit it recently and was impressed by the therapeutic model it offered, based on the "12 steps". I did not know a great deal about this approach, developed by the founders of AA, but I have been interested to look at the 12 steps in a pureland context. I'll post something later this week.

Ro

That is perhaps the best way to define the struggle with alcohol addiction i have ever read. it is just moving, clear and makes a person aware of the problems alcoholics face when working toward soberity. I am so glad someone understands.

regan

I would like to know to you do you have any up-coming conference information.

Lisa Mann

This brought a tear to my eye. I'm printing this and I'm going to pass it on to my "sobriety sangha."

Cat Trainor-Fabiano

This has evoked such an understanding of my Aunt's 35 yr. struggle to stay sober. The last 8 yrs of her life were dedicated to AA. I hope she got a chance to read this. I love and miss you, Gigi.

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