Tools of Sobriety

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Try Talking Joe's Problem (by J. M.)
WHY do so many of us reformed drunks seem to take infinite delight in telling others of what a wonderful job we are doing in staying sober. Why not...
AA Around the World (by Gerard V.)
LAST MONTH I was able to attend three meetings during my short visit to Pretoria. AA has a fine, active and progressive club in the near centre of...
AA Around the World (by C. J. S.)
I'M THE NEW SECRETARY for the Etain-Verdun Group, formerly Verdun Ala-Non Group.
Across The Editor's Desk
"Just opening here in Chicago," reads a card signed Ty from Chi, "is a high class cocktail lounge with carpets, indirect lighting, gleaming glasses...
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...
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...
Tradition Four (by Bill W.)
Tradition Four is a specific application of general principles already outlined in Traditions One and Two. Tradition One states: "Each member of...
PO Box 1980 (by J. C.)
Hundreds of thousands of AAs walk into meetings every day. But you don't often hear about those who can't make it into a meeting. That's the...
PO Box 1980 (by L. C.)
It may seem strange that with all the wonderful blessings of recovery, we still occasionally have to work at gratitude.