Initially, life without alcohol seems unimaginable. For an alcoholic, daily life begins and ends with the liquid. Alcoholism is not called a disease without good reason. Even the World Health organization (WHO) endorses this fact.
Over a period of time, a person’s condition worsens. The book reorganized the world over, Alcoholics Anonymous (or The Big Book as it is popularly known as), predicts the fate of an alcoholic – asylum, jail or a painful horrible death.
But without the substance, there is an about-turn in a person’s life, which becomes more meaningful in every conceivable way. Most of the things… Read More