My Name is Lillian and I’m an Alcoholic (and an Atheist) is one side of a conversation about sobriety from a secular perspective. In a series of short, fun, “warts and all” essays, Lillian describes how she uses the tools of Alcoholics Anonymous to build a better life without dependence on God or a Higher Power. Anyone looking for help, but uncomfortable with AA’s use of Judeo-Christian spirituality will find a refreshing take on sobriety and life.
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About the Author
I drank for twenty years. Sometimes it worked, but too many times, I drank past my tolerance level and woke up shivering on some bathroom floor. It's been 14 years since my last drink. I wrote the content of this book while participating in a recovery meeting. It's not remarkable that I got sober, but I couldn't have done it without help. I'm hoping that my experiences as a sober non-believer can be of help to anyone out there who is sick and tired of being sick and tired.