On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 12:21:24 -0400, M_un Over New York City <[email protected]> wrote: >On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 09:03:47 +1000, [email protected] wrote: > >>I started this thread because it has significant implications for >>non-medical treatment of our disease IMO. I realise that I risk being >>branded as a zealot; I am not. It is just another aspect of our diet >>that needs to be properly considered. > >I wondered if you weren't piggy backing off of the misery of the 5 >alcoholics who are showing some signs of being truthful to the group >in very lightly discussing their drunkenness. > >>While there are some who feel such subjects should not be discussed, I >>notice that that is generally not the view of posters who may have >>past medical problems with alcohol. > >I agree. How many more hidden alcoholics are on ASD? > >>Personally, I greatly respect anyone who has had the strength to fight >>addiction or illness > >Which is it? > >> and win > >Did they win? How do you know? > > >> And the fight never stops. > >Never does. Most alcoholics are never "cured". What do you think the >chances are that 5 out of 5 ASD alcoholics are "cured." > >ZERO. > >>On cross-posting, I am stiil unsure whether this is a medical or >>support subject - or both. > >Both. > >Lift well, Eat less, Walk fast, Live long.