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Publisher: Bohling Publishing, Corey
Bohling, Corey A., Fieser, Virginia
A suffering, pained, very candid, very valuable work by a medical doctor who found that he was an alcoholic. This is his story, told with rare humility, an utter sincerity that is compelling...A final chapter is devoted to advising young doctors, helping them to understand how to approach their patients, talking about what to prescribe that will be safe for a known chemical dependent. Only 98 pages. But a powerhouse. Dr. Bohling was motivated to produce an authoritative text for his medical students, but styled it for all to understand. The text makes sense out of this disease by enlightenment of a series of complex events in the child's & recovering patient's emotional development. This book is intended to be a supplement to & entirely in harmony with AA's text "Alcoholics Anonymous." He emphasizes the spiritual aspect of AA, & he takes a firm stand on several controversial issues. It is recommended that anyone considering this book should be prepared to take an honest look at their self.Bohling, Corey A. is the author of 'On the Monday Side of the Street a Text on Alcoholism for Professional and Lay People' with ISBN 9780962547836 and ISBN 0962547832.