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The Miracle
BILL'S EXPERIENCE at Towns Hospital in December 1934 and the events leading up to and following it are among the most inspiring parts of AA history....
Carrying the Message (by P. O'C.)
In the August issue of your wonderful magazine, you published a letter from J. M. of Las Vegas, Nev., headed "Second-Year Depressions." I have sought...
Carrying the Message (by ANONYMOUS)
I noted the letter from P. O'C. from Rhodesia, in the April Grapevine, and looked up the letter it referred to, from J. M. of Las Vegas, in the...
How to Nurse Your Depressions (by R. D.)
DURING MY FIVE YEARS in AA, I've noticed a steady dwindling in the number, intensity, and duration of my depressions. I've welcomed this slow fading...
Soon I'll Be Sixteen (by D. B.)
WHEN I FIRST CAME to AA, I couldn't have been an alcoholic. It was impossible at the age of fourteen! At the age of six, I had my first drink. Being...
About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment (by John W. Stevens)
The New Hampshire Program on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, established in 1969, is successor to one of the three oldest official state alcoholism programs...
Carrying the Message (by L. G. R.)
In response to the letter headed "Readers' Opinions Wanted," in the March GV, I cannot speak for anyone except myself on this question of "Should we...
About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment (by Medical Tribune)
More physicians die in the United States by suicide than by automobile accidents, plane crashes, drownings, and homicide combined. The physicians'...
The Serenity Prayer (by M. D. B.)
WHEN I WAS growing up in Nebraska, I often heard older people say, "You can do anything you put your mind to."
I Still Had My Wristwatch (by Joyce H.)
BY THE TIME AA found me, I was a round-the-clock drinker, totally dependent upon alcohol and accustomed to sobering up in restraints in a sanitarium...