A 35-year drinking career brought Bryce to the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. He has struggled to remain sober, but he knows and shares here what the tools are and how to use them – when life brings him to his knees today, he knows what to do when he is down there.
"I could not stop drinking, I couldn’t understand why, I couldn’t explain it, I still can’t. But I don’t need to, I just knew I needed help.”
“If there’s a will there’s a way, and if you’re an alcoholic, there is always a will.”
Referred by: Anonymously referred by another KCB speaker
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