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Carrying the Message (by M. M.)
Five years ago, I crawled out of the woodwork and found AA, wonderful sponsors, and a sober, happy life.
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AROUND THE TABLES, the arrival of an active alcoholic who comes alone for help is an event. But the fortunate one comes in tow, brought by one or...
Carrying the Message (by J. P.)
A. P. Q. really got my attention. My early AA nemesis was the occasional out-of-town trip and slip. Away from home overnight, I always got drunk--...
Travel The AA Way (by Anonymous)
I'VE JUST returned from the first transatlantic trip I ever took where the plane wasn't kept aloft by my firm grip on a double vodka on the rocks.
AA'S 40th Anniversary International Convention Denver, Colorado July 4-6, 1975 (by L. H.)
YOUR AA FRIENDS all over the state of Colorado are getting ready to welcome you to the 40th Anniversary International Convention of Alcoholics...
Give the Girl a Chance! (by Anonymous)
I AM A WOMAN alcoholic. I didn't get to this Fellowship a saint, and if what you tell me is true (I have no reason to doubt it today), I'll never be...
PO Box 1980 (by D. L.)
My first seven years in AA were spent with a group that was not too anonymous. There were quite a few celebrities in it. I actually feel that this...
It Was Hard to Believe (by P. B.)
I CAME TO Alcoholics Anonymous when I was twenty-eight years old. It was not my worst drunk that sent me, nor was it the one that caused me the most...
It Could Drive Me Back to Drink (by Mo B.)
WHILE GROWING along AA lines, I got involved in a halfway house. This "two-hatter" situation happened to a group of us here about six years ago. I...
PO Box 1980 (by ROSALIE)
I've just come from a meeting of my home group, where it was the privilege of all in attendance to hear a beautiful talk. One point that particularly...