Tag Archives: Annie Grace

Why I Will Never Call Myself an Alcoholic

New York, N.Y. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that alcohol is killing men and women at record numbers.  Even more terrifying is that, according to the CDC, alcohol related deaths account for four times as many deaths as all prescription and illegal drug overdoses combined. Addressing the mounting harms caused by our nation’s favorite vice begins in how we speak […]

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How the Theory of Alcoholism is Flawed and May Harm Society

By Annie Grace. While Alcoholics Anonymous’ long held theory that alcoholics are ‘allergic to alcohol’ provides solace for millions of self-proclaimed alcoholics, the theory may be impacting how society approaches alcohol. The negative impact of alcohol use on American society has been increasing since A.A.s inception in 1939. Consider: Currently 71% of Adult Americans regularly drink (NIAAA) up from 59% in 1939, when A.A. […]

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