When their son had to take a medical leave from college, Jack and Wendy knew they — and he — needed help with his binge drinking.
Their son’s psychiatrist, along with a few friends, suggested Alcoholics Anonymous.
He had a disease, and in order to stay alive, he’d have to attend AA meetings and abstain from alcohol for the rest of his life, they said.
But the couple, a Manhattan reporter and editor who asked to be identified only by their first names to protect their son’s privacy, resisted that approach.
Instead, they turned to…….
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