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No Case Is Hopeless (by Dave H.)
ONE Friday night I received a phone call from one of the padres in my area. He asked me to call on a young fellow in his parish who had not drawn a...
Sobriety or Sudden Death (by E.)
JULY, 1948. I was a cringing shattered man with death close to me as I lay on the kitchen floor of my deserted farmhouse. My wife had gone, taking...
Hlala Gahle (by H. H.)
TWELVE years ago I was completely lost; and all I once cared for--wife, children, home, job, fellow man and God--had almost gone. Then I met AA and...
Alcoholism in the U.S. Today
VAST changes, reflected in attitudes and action, are to be noted in the world around the alcoholic. Doctors, ministers, social caseworkers, nurses...
The Anecdote Bin
Dedicated to the lighter side of our common problem, The Anecdote Bin will contain bits and pieces as they accumulate. If you have a favorite story...
Alcoholism--a Medical Bombshell (by Donald W. Brodie, M. D.)
THE past twenty-nine years have produced what may be termed a revolution concerning our thinking about alcoholism, and also, in turn, our unusual...
Alcohol and Your Brain (by R. G. Bell, M. D.)
MOST of the readers of this magazine have personally and quite thoroughly explored this subject. Alcohol--the "mocking bird" among drugs--changes its...
The Anecdote Bin
Dedicated to the lighter side of our common proble, The Anecdote Bin will contain bits and pieces as they accumulate. If you have a favorite story or...
The Anecdote Bin
Dedicated to the lighter side of our common proble, The Anecdote Bin will contain bits and pieces as they accumulate. If you have a favorite story or...
What We Were Like
In the spring of 1971, newspapers around the country reported the passing of Bill W. in New York City, one of the two co-founders of Alcoholics...