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The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Raul M.)
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 Anonymous)
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 Ralph Z.)
Tradition Three: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.
PO Box 1980 (by Anonymous)
I've read and reread Mike O.'s take on Tradition Three (March 1996), about the group attendee who burned down the meeting place. The group dealt with...
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine (by Ralph W.)
Some of your sources expressed a concern that online meetings are exclusive and don't meet the requirement of the Third Tradition--that the only...
The Only Requirement (by George B.)
Do I really belong in AA? This question began to haunt me after I'd been to my first half-dozen meetings. Our Third Tradition helped me find the...
Back to Basics (by Linda W.)
I sobered up in Fredericton, New Brunswick in August 1997. I am grateful for the two women who came to my apartment when I called the AA line for...
Tradition Three: No Jail Terms Required (by Cheryl M.)
My drunkalog is one of the shortest and least dramatic I've ever heard. I began drinking at sixteen and stopped seven years later, never having been...
Your Move (by Stephen S.)
  Responses from readers to the special section in the May 2000 Grapevine titled, "Is AA for Everyone?"
PO Box 1980 (by Anonymous)
I'd like to know why we don't go "by the book"--the Big Book of AA, that is--when we identify ourselves. On page xiii, it states, "We urge each of...