Tradition Three

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PO Box 1980 (by E. S.)
The article "Alcoholics and Addicts" in the July Grapevine stirred me up. I am dually addicted, and was told upon discharge from the hospital that I...
PO Box 1980 (by C. K.)
I have experiences to share with John R., Santa Barbara, Calif. (October, 1991 Grapevine, "What Is an Enabler?")
What We Were Like
The words contained in the AA Preamble are perhaps the most often repeated words throughout the AA Fellowship. Used to open many meetings around the...
Practice These Principles. . .
In my mind, do I prejudge some new AA members as losers? Is there some kind of alcoholic whom I privately do not want in my AA group? Do I set...
When Are We Ready? (by Anonymous)
"It is part of the cure, to wish to be cured." So wrote Lucius Annocus Seneca more than 2000 years ago. It is a common general attitude as a result...
PO Box 1980 (by D. K.)
A recent move from state to state reminded me how thankful I was Dr. Bob and Bill W. found each other that May 1935 day in Henrietta Seiberling's...
PO Box 1980 (by P.G.)
I've been reading and hearing a lot of hostility directed at recovering alcoholics who seem to have other problems while recovering from alcoholism...
The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Rosemary P.)
Tradition Three: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. My encounter with the Third Tradition came almost immediately...
The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Mike O.)
Tradition Three: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.
The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Les W.)
Tradition Three: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. The Third Tradition has been made so complicated. Simply stated...