By Valari Roberts
April is the month of awareness for many worthy causes:
Autism Awareness, National Child Abuse Prevention, National Donate Life (Organ Donation), Parkinson’s Awareness, National Cancer Control, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness, Testicular Cancer Awareness, Esophageal Cancer Awareness, Stress Awareness, and most likely some I just haven’t found out about yet.
I, however, will focus on Alcohol Awareness, as it is the one that hits closest to home, the one I identify with the most. Don’t worry, though! I’ll add books for at least a few more of these categories.
Alcohol Awareness month does not exist to belittle or shame those with a problem. Rather, since its birth in 1987, it has served to spread information and reach out to those who want help. There is help out there! If you or a loved one suffer from alcohol abuse, please reach out.
You can contact here for help: https://drugrehab.com/recovery/alcoholics-anonymous/
Call 24/7 at: 855-520-2898
Or go to the official Alcoholics Anonymous site: http://www.aa.org/
Please remember that you can reach the Amazon page via my affiliate link by clicking on the book cover.
I can’t seem to find this one elsewhere, sorry about that!