Addiction isn’t “fun”: The problem with moderation manifestoes – Salon.com | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

My grandfather was being trained as a pilot during the Second World War when, drunk one night, he dove into a swimming pool that had no water in it. It wasn’t the first time he’d been that loaded. It was, however, his last. His body was flown home, where his wealthy family promptly organized a funeral fit for a military hero, though the only battle he’d fought was with a bottle. Denial runs deep in my family.

Source: Addiction isn’t “fun”: The problem with moderation manifestoes – Salon.com | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

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