This Sober Life
In "Get With the Program," an old-timer exhorts newcomers to work the Steps and not just "go to meetings."
In this week's stories, we hear from members on a diverse range of subjects. In "My Crooked Steps," a sober woman keeps a reminder of what it used to be like.
In "Coming Back and Coming Clean," a member tells his homegroup that he took money from the collection during his relapse. In another story, "Dark Groups," a member weighs in on the phenomenon of groups who don't participate in area service. Lastly, a traveller goes to any length to find a meeting in the forest in "A Well-Lighted Place."
My Crooked Steps
A sober woman keeps a reminder of what it used to be like
A member discusses the phenomenon of groups who don't participate in area service
Get With the Program
An old timer exhorts newcomers to do the Steps and not just go to meetings
Coming Back and Coming Clean
After a relapse, a member tells his homegroup that he took money from the basket
A Well-Lighted Place
He was about to give up finding the meeting when he saw a lighted cabin in the woods
- Twelve Traditions
AA's guiding principles
Behind the Scenes
- Personal Stories
AA's tales of recovery
Tragedy in the Night
- Twelve Steps
AA's blueprint for sobriety
The Road from Reno
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Like a Duckling
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A River Runs Through It
They've experienced it all ... sober
What's My Secret?