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By John Moore
Alcoholism as defined by Wikipedia, is a disorder that is characterized by an excessive dependence upon and craving for alcoholic beverages. This dependence affects every aspect of the alcoholic personâ€™s life. Socially, personally, and professionally, it can lead to mental and physical...
By Nocturnal Ponderings
I do not have an alcoholic influence in my life, but I have a loathing for irresponsible parents with a buzz and a desire to harm. Crappy poetry inspired by crappy events.
By Mary Kate Decraene
In March, 1995 an emergency room doctor told Dad he only had twelve hours to live if he did not have his leg amputated. He refused to have the surgery. As my sisters and I sat helplessly in the waiting room at Cook County Hospital pondering his fate I could not help but wonder, â€œHow the...
taken from my book,
By Generous George
Short story of an Alcoholics introduction to Alcoholic Anonymous. (AA)
Short Story | Updated Aug 19, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Where the program of Alcoholics Anonymous has led me
Short Story | Updated Jul 12, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Adrian Meyers has come to his lowest point in his life. His fiancee, Ana, has passed away suddenly from a heart attack, and her parents refused to allow him to go to her funeral. Despite the risks, Adrian began to try to drink away his pain, bit by bit, until he was at rock bottom. Then, when...
By Sandy Appleyard
My father was an alcoholic all his adult life, and the disease took his life at the age of forty-one. When I was ten years old, I became exposed to alcoholism. This book describes what I saw, my reactions to it, and how each situation made me feel. Most importantly, this book illustrates how...
By History Guy
The story that Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob started Alcoholic Anonymous in 1935 is completely false. Bill and Dr. Bob started recruiting for the Oxford Group in 1935; they built up their â€œAnonymous Alcoholicsâ€ for the first two years in New York and then for four years in Akron. The...
Another piece I wrote while I was down... It's hard, but if I want to live, and be successful.. I must be sober
I am a recovering Alcoholic. I eventually would like to put my writings together and publish a book. I write what I am going through with my recovery. What it was like before, and hoping what it will be like years from now. Basically, my true emotions.
This is a story about Arik Bently Bennett who is a good kid in a bad situation. His parents are alcoholics who are always gone, leaving him to basically raise his two younger brothers. When he finally gets away from it all and goes to live with his loving grandmother, he finds himslef in a far...
Sean is a middle-aged alcoholic, divorced, whose whole world revolves around the demon drink. From first thing in the morning until he falls into his bed at night, drunk, booze is his only friend. Then there is an unexpected meeting with his wife, the same day he is due to attend an alcoholics...
About my alcoholic mother who is slowly but surely sending herself to an early grave.
This is by Colors. Most of this is fiction. I'm kind of glad my life isn't this crazy haha. But some of it has my own experiences within it. I hope you like it all the same though. It's a realistic diary, that I think a lot of people can relate to. We are excited for comments :)