Thursday, 12 October 2017

Random Big Book - Alcoholics Anonymous

The physician wasn’t hooked, he thought—he just prescribed drugs medically indicated for his many ailments. Acceptance was his key to liberation. I drank my way through schools and always got honors. And as I went through pharmacy school, graduate school, medical school, internship, residency, and specialty training, and finally, went into practice, my drinking kept increasing. But I thought it was because my responsibilities were increasing. “If you had my responsibilities, if you needed to sleep like I do, you’d drink too.” p. 409 - ACCEPTANCE WAS THE ANSWER


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