Disciplining addiction

By the time “Bob Smith” was practicing law at a private Chicago firm in the early 1980s, some of his colleagues were aware of his drinking.“I was a garden-variety alcoholic,” Smith said. “I just drank too much. Of course, I was in denial. I thought nobody else knew, like many people who believe they have a drinking problem.”Before he finally quit, Smith …

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