Saturday, May 31, 2014

Not your father's definition of alcoholism: June 1

Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive, primary and fatal disease of physiological chemical dependence. Recognized as a disease by the AMA since the 1950s, it has a genetic basis and there is no cure.  It CAN be brought into remission by abstinence.  And alcoholics do recover to live chemical-free as contributing members of the community.

Scroll down for the replay of the April 13 Sound Health Options show feature with Scott Stevens. Lucy Pireel's "All That's Written" included a feature on Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud called "When alcohol doesn't work for you anymore."  Details on the third literary award for Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud can be found on, plus an interview with Scott Stevens on Health Media Now and one at Christoph Fisher Books.  Mr. Fisher is an acclaimed international author from the UK, among his works is the Alzheimer's book "Time to Let Go."