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AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Danita H.)
Here's a "keep it simple" answer to all those who are true-blue alcoholic-addicts, such as myself. Being dually addicted poses no problem for me: "Hi...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Gabby H.)
What has happened to strong sponsorship, secretarial leadership, and a commitment to focus the talk at meetings on the subject of alcoholism? Old-...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by John P.)
Friday morning, May 14, 2004, I went to my home group for the 10:00 A.M. meeting. I met a newcomer there about fifteen minutes prior to the start of...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Eric P.)
Never in my fourteen years as a sober member of this Fellowship have I read anything that I consider so egregious and so disturbing as the article by...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Dan L.)
What wonderful spiritual clarity contained and delivered in the May 2004 article, "Has Singleness of Purpose Become Narrowness of Purpose?"...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Dave Y.)
I read the article "Has Singleness of Purpose Become Narrowness of Purpose?" and I was dumfounded, upset, and then outraged that I had read it in the...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Jon)
I am a twenty-one-year-old male, who has been destroying himself with drugs and alcohol since the age of thirteen or fourteen. I went to my first...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by David C.)
The writer of the article, "Has Singleness of Purpose Become Narrowness of Purpose?" seems to have missed the point. The blue card is a tool used to...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Tom S.)
David F.'s article on singleness of purpose in the May issue hit me right between the eyes. In my first year of sobriety, I left AA and began...
AA Grapevine Readers Respond to "Singleness of Purpose--what Are AAs Saying Today?" Featured in the May 2004 Issue (by Earl R.)
My opinion is based purely on anecdotal research, but I believe that people who are dually-addicted seldom make it in AA alone. I've seen people who...