"Jane S. offers us an invaluable gift in the words and wisdom
that fill this book. Based on more than thirty-six years of
personal recovery and service work, the lessons contained here
reveal how a courageous woman, through Alcoholics Anonymous and the
help of a gifted physician, found long-term solutions to the
problems of alcoholism and manic-depressive illness. This engaging
guidebook to recovery is highly recommended." William White, author
of "Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and
Recovery in America"
"Wow This is a solid book in a helpful format. It should attract
a wide readership who will enjoy its story; as importantly, it will
serve as a significant reference work for researchers interested in
the development of recovery." Ernest Kurtz, author of "Not-God: A
History of Alcoholics Anonymous"
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