Some people are leaving Alcoholics Anonymous for other modes of sobering up.
Well, don't try to fix the ancient and revered AA because you may break it.
And, with that, you may need to return to AA since it has been tried and tested, and, found
fruitful and successful for years.
A study in the early 1980s showed that one in ten women say yes to the query about being concerned about their drinking.
Furthermore, by 2002, it was one in five, reports Reader's Digest.
Record numbers of middle-aged women have sought treatment for alcohol abuse over the past decade.
1.3 million Americans comprise AA in the best-know program for alcohol attachment in the U.S.
I'm impressed with the peer leadership and recovery that is celebrated daily.