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One attorney’s reflections on the disease of alcoholism (access required)

It's been more than 23 years since my last drink of alcohol. Frequently, when a member is asked to lead discussion at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, the speaker reflects on “What life was like... what happened... what is life like now.” Today, I am grateful for the opportunity to share my experiences as an attorney who ...

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  1. I am a psychiatrist that specializes in addiction. I happen to treat a lot of lawyers. You are a tough group to treat for alcoholism. Why? Alcoholics like to be in control (of course, they are out of control). Lawyers like to call the shots. It’s a double whammy. And-high intelligence an be a great defense. Losing one’s law license can often be a strong way to break through denial. I agree with you that AA helped you and has also helped many others that I have treated.

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