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Problems Other Than Alcohol: What Can Be Done About Them? (by Bill W.)
PERHAPS THERE IS NO SUFFERING more horrible than drug addiction, especially that kind which is produced by morphine, heroin, and other narcotics....
Problems Other Than Alcohol (by Bill W.)
The Grapevine's 20th Anniversary reprint from the February, 1958, issue
You Mean, Just Let Anybody In? (by B. L.)
A JAILBIRD, mental case, narcotics addict, homosexual, and alcoholic--the old fellow said he was all of these. After talking with him for about an...
International Lawyers in AA (by I. S.)
IN A PLUSH, sophisticated office in downtown New York, six attorneys gathered one evening in mid-April. Their subject was not some colossal corporate...
Our Primary Purpose and the Special-purpose Group (by John L. Norris, MD)
IN RECENT YEARS, no subject seems to have been discussed more often, in more detail, for longer hours, and with more heat than the question of...
Just Like Me (by E. S.)
I FIRMLY BELIEVED what I heard when I came into AA. I was told that special-purpose groups did not work, that we talked about our drinking and all...
The Group Conscience in Action (by H. A., J. M.)
WE WOULD like to share our group's experience of transition in structure, because it has given us renewed strength and hope through our growth. It's...
A Very Special-interest Group (by L. K.)
MY HEART feels like it is made of lead. One of my dearest AA friends was laid to rest today, and although I am grateful that he has been released...
PO Box 1980 (by L. C.)
I've been in AA over three years now, and thank my Higher Power for the Steps and Traditions. When I came into AA, I'm so glad there weren't a whole...
PO Box 1980 (by C. D.)
A special-interest group for gay men and women is an AA meeting; members discuss their alcoholism. I feel more comfortable at a meeting where I know...