Jeff shares his Experience, Strength and Hope as he approaches the 1-year anniversary of his mother's death. Jeff shares his walk through Alcoholics Anonymous; this is his third and longest stint of sobriety. Bartending during sobriety, buying alcohol for his dying mother and having to drink before he attended morning meetings as he weaned off alcohol -- Jeff's story will keep you captivated and makes clear that this program works, when you work it.
"I could not see myself living this way, I couldn't drink more, I couldn't drink less; I was a shell of a person."
"Life was getting in the way of my drinking, my body was shutting down."
"AA has allowed me to be in the moment, and that's all we have."
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