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Express Your Appreciation (by Grace O.)
If there are more than twenty thousand A.A.s scattered throughout the land, there must be, guessing conservatively, at least sixty thousand of their...
You'd Do It If You Were Drunk (by S.J.)
The title phrase struck me when first I felt uneasy and wanted help. Feeling unsure, I took refuge in the alibi: The party would be too busy; I was...
Meditations of a Drunk on Criticism of Others (by Pat C.)
"I am an alcoholic and my life has become unmanageable."
I JUST WANT A DRINK OR TWO A DAY (by B. C.)
So,--you haven't had a drink for six months, and you feel pretty smug about it! You think you are quite a guy to have given up something which was so...
Pardon Me, Your Slip Is Showing! (by Norman B.)
Yes, your slip does show that you have failed to have faith in yourself and in A.A. Slips are all too common in A.A., primarily because any and all...
Wilful Thinkers (by H. B. P.)
So many persons have said to me, "How did you stop drinking; did something happen to you?" Even among fellow A.A.s this question keeps popping up,...
Accept or Analyze? (by E.L.)
"If you want sobriety more than anything else in life, you can get it." This simple statement repeated with the monotony of a mechanical radio...
Finds Lord's Prayer Key to Steps (by Bill C.)
Just recently, after more than four years on the ball in A.A., several of the 12 Steps were made simple and clear to me by a new approach. The light...
In a Pent House or Flop House, Jitters Are Jitters (by M.N.)
I have heard the term "Park Avenue drunk," used more than once in A.A. meetings and also in conversation around the club house. I suppose it means...
Women's Meetings (by Grace O.)
NOW that women form an increasing membership in Alcoholics Anonymous, there seems to be a general feeling that they not only have a specialized...