From the October 2011 magazine.

Reflections on the Third Tradition

A member talks about the practice of that Tradition in his homegroup and how it kept him sober

In this week's stories, we hear about a diverse group of topics. In "A Deadly Glow," warm flushed cheeks and a sudden glow made her suspect that there was alcohol in her food and in "Our War Stories," a member questions how helpful the the action-packed, graphic drunkalogue is to newcomers at meetings.

Meanwhile, in "Your Way or AA's Way," an oldtimer explains that there are many ways to practice the program of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Lastly, we hear how the responsibility of caring for a new-found pet helped a newcomer stay sober in the early days.

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