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Saturday, February 17, 2007


I am glad you included alcohol intervention in your post. I am hoping that sooner this will be practiced in our hospitals a I see this a very promising method to deter alcoholism. Thanks for this post.


Great post, Libby! It's about time that people should face the battle of alcoholism in our society. We may experiment on the use of certain medications to finally find a cure. But, what is is more important is for people to understand how alcoholics feel and how a sensitive alcohol rehab program can make them a better person. Full recovery should come with renewed spirit and revived confidence. Thanks! I've learned so much from your post!

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