Guide to Early Sobriety Feedback

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* 1. Have you, or has a loved one who's drinking concerns you, tried traditional forms of recovery such as Alcoholics Anonymous or inpatient rehab?

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* 2. Early sobriety can feel shameful and isolating. Understanding that others have shared your experiences is important for recovery. What forms of fellowship and shared understanding appeal to you (whether you are concerned about your own drinking or that of a loved one)? Select all that apply.

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* 3. Please react to my chapter about brain chemistry. If you did have an understanding of how addictive substances effect our brain function prior to reading, please explain how my ebook confirmed or changed your beliefs on this topic. If you did not know about the effect of addictive substances on brain function prior to reading, please explain your key takeaways.

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* 4. What is your reaction to my assertion that people in early sobriety are not as strong as they think they are?

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* 5. What is your opinion of recovery nutrition?

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* 6. Who do you believe are the victims of addiction?

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* 7. Please react to my assertion that alcoholics have no experience in dealing with their emotions.

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* 8. How important is spirituality to surviving early sobriety?

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* 9. I believe open, full-throated communication about alcoholism is the single biggest factor in curing the disease. What do you think?

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* 10. Please give me your overall review of my ebook, Guide to Early Sobriety. Is it helpful to you in your situation? Do you find some assertions helpful and others incorrect or irrelevant? Is it all hogwash to you? Will you recommend it to someone facing early sobriety? How can I make the ebook better?

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