Anyone familiar with Rational Recovery? I've read the book and actually used the technique to stay sober for a couple of weeks. I guess the idea of accepting responsibility and regaining control on my own just appeals to me more than the AA approach, though I admit that I know very little about AA. I've been what I'm sure would be considered a heavy drinker for forty years with remarkably few really bad consequences to show for it. Certainly my family relationships have suffered and at the age of 60+ I doubt I know who I really am. Any thoughts?
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