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Saturday, February 17, 2007

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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.

--mary

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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