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DR. Powdermaker Discusses the Role of a Psychiatrist in Alcoholics Anonymous (by Florence Powdermaker, M.D.)
There is no need to tell the readers of this journal that the chronic alcoholic presents a difficult problem. That problem is just as difficult for...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by H.E.)
In the days of planning for world peace, we are reminded of the new Peace found by members of Alcoholics Anonymous. While drinking, we all had that...
There's No Double Standard in Alcoholism or A.A. (by Felicia G.)
I sat jittering in Bill's office. My psychiatrist had sent me to see Bill. I had said to her: "Good. I'd like to meet him. Wouldn't it be fun to get...
A.A. Digest
Central Bulletin, Cleveland, Ohio:--"It is with an increasing feeling of alarm that we view current statements in the press. . .on the rehabilitation...
Rasputinism in A. A. (by C.K.)
The bearded monk, Rasputin, who helped to bring about the downfall of Russia's ruling house during the First World War, was advocate of an evil...
A. A. Digest--excerpts from Group Publications
The Sahara, Birmingham, Ala.--"Strange as it may seem to an outsider, it is common knowledge in A.A. that one does not have to experience a sudden...
7. Freedom from despair.
The New Way of Life is a life of freedom. The alcoholic seldom realizes what a slave he is. Temporary confinement in jails, hospitals and rest homes...
Pleasures of Reading (by F.G.)
To say that there is a treat in store for you, when you read this book, is a strange way of putting it. I myself often shun what is called "strong...
Better to Love (by H.E.)
Out here in California an idea had developed that seems to make clear a number of things. First, the idea. On the premise that life is a sequence of...
A Logical Follow-up (by H.A.S.)
THE January issue of The A.A. Grapevine put a lot of proper emphasis on our 24-hour plan. Maybe my experience with it will make a logical follow-up....