The Thinking Person's Guide to Sobriety : Could I, of all people, have a drinking problem? That is the question Bert Pluymen once asked himself. As a highly successful attorney, he was the last person anyone would think of as an alcoholic. Can a busy person who never misses a day of work, never drinks in the morning or wakes up with the shakes, who's never been arrested or lost a job, be addicted to alcohol? When he considered two crucial questions, Bert Pluymen came up with his answer: Do I regularly try to moderate the amount I drink? Do I need alcohol to have fun? Answering yes to these questions sparked Pluymen's realization that life could be so much more fulfilling if he was sober. This book is Bert Pluymen's story of struggle and triumph over alcohol addiction. It also contains insightful, witty, uplifting, and wryly humorous stories of the many people Pluymen met who were also searching for sobriety. This is an informative book that will shed new light on how alcohol abuse can ruin people's lives - even if they thought it could never happen to them.
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