Our Marriage: Surviving Addiction and Thriving in Sobriety Sue Pruett

ISBN: 9781452075891

Published: September 22nd 2010

Hardcover

256 pages


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Our Marriage: Surviving Addiction and Thriving in Sobriety  by  Sue Pruett

Our Marriage: Surviving Addiction and Thriving in Sobriety by Sue Pruett
September 22nd 2010 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 256 pages | ISBN: 9781452075891 | 7.12 Mb

Karl possessed enormous stubbornness which was both an asset and a liability in his quest for sobriety. - Paul Stuenkel (former counselor at Menninger Hospital and St. Francis Recovery) Sue Pruett is living proof that the 12 Steps of Al-Anon,MoreKarl possessed enormous stubbornness which was both an asset and a liability in his quest for sobriety. - Paul Stuenkel (former counselor at Menninger Hospital and St. Francis Recovery) Sue Pruett is living proof that the 12 Steps of Al-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and the loving people in those programs really work for healing.

No matter how deep the disease has devastated a person or their family, there is hope, there is help, and there is health available. - Dr. Ronald Lee Cobb (former counselor at Valeo Mental Health Center, Menninger Hospital and current Clinical Director of Hope, Help, Health in Holton, KS.) I am so honored to have known Karl and Sue. They help me remember why I have spent over 25 years working in the addiction field.

Even though Karl was the identified patient, the family needed help and recovery too. I pray that their story will give others the hope and belief that recovery is possible. - Joyce Markham, LSCSW (former counselor, St. Francis Recovery) * * * As amazing as it seems, I did not know about Karls drinking for many years as he was a master of deception. Living with the ups and downs of the roller coaster of addiction was a painful process for all of us.

Even once he started facing his problem he had multiple rehab treatments and many relapses. Both family and friends urged me to give up on him thinking he was never going to embrace sobriety. Thankfully a miracle happened, and this man who stumbled so many times found his sobriety. He became the man I always believed in, and shared his lessons unselfishly with others for years. I was naive and gullible enough to believe everything he told me.

When I realized the truth I was stubborn enough never to give up. Oh by the way, I loved him with all my heart. The end was better than any fairy tale. This is our story, and this is our truth.



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