Seeking Bliss: A Study of Addiction and Recovery

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Using addict/alcoholic first person accounts and direct involvement and participation, a sociologist answers the questions: What are the addict/alcoholics perceptions of childhood? How, in general, do they see themselves? Why do addicts choose to mood-change and self-abuse? Why do addict/alcoholics have to "hit bottom" before recovery is possible? Why is "near death" essential to recovery? How does the ritual and psychoterapeutic program of Alcoholics Anonymous and other twelve-step programs work to faciiltate recovery? What role does the "wounded child" play in limiting "emotional sobriety?" How does meditation--looking inward rather than outward, serve all humans by contributing to serene and blissful living?
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January 31, 2013
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