Depression

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Timely Arrival (by J. M.)
Just a note of gratitude for one of the big dividends of my AA life--the delivery of the Grapevine right to my own front door. I have in mind the...
AA Attitudes (by W. L. G.)
BACK at the start of the Great Depression I got mad. And I stayed mad, for nearly twenty years. I had wanted to study for the ministry, but when the...
AN ANSWER
A LETTER From Binghampton, New York Dear Editor: I have just read the December, 1962, issue of the Grapevine containing the article "Phobias and...
Prayer of St. Francis (by Bill W.)
This article of Bill's was first printed in the Grapevine in the January 1958 issue. Many AAs have mentioned it since as a great help in their...
Doc Is Doing Real Well Now (by Anonymous)
I LIVE in a small town but it has been good to me in the last five-and-a-half years. Everything is "everybody's business" but AA has taught me that...
Dealing With the Dilemma (by A. T.)
Anniversary reprint From the January 1950 Grapevine THERE have been several articles in the Grapevine lately, dealing with the dilemma of certain AA...
Another Human Being. . . (by The Editors)
THE Grapevine received two manuscripts touching on the theme of suicide as it relates to AA experience, and decided to run them together in this...
The Big Depression (by D. W.)
IN 1960 when I hit bottom, surrendered, and came to the fellowship of AA, they surrounded me, closed ranks and I was locked into a beautiful world,...
An Aid to Emotional Sobriety (by Peter J. Olivere, M.D.)
MODERN-day civilization demands a definite price of man for its benefits. This price is a marked increase in the occurrence and severity of tensions...
Response (by The Editors)
QUITE a number of letters came in to the Grapevine in response to the two articles on depression and suicide in our October issue. Some were...