In "Sober For a Second Time," a member had to reach a new level of surrender in order to truly get sober
The holidays are often a difficult time for AAs, however, as we approach the end of the year, it's a good time to remember that a great many people come into AA for the first time in or around now. For this reason and many more, it's a season for gratitude.
In three of this week's stories, we hear about how people came to AA through the help of others. In "A Night at the Karaoke Bar," a member recounts a Twelfth Step call he went on in Akron, Ohio, the birthplace of AA. Meanwhile, in "The Alcoholic Express," a sober man finds himself telling his story to a stranger who's had to much...
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A Night at the Karaoke Bar
A member recounts an experience of Twelve Step work in Akron
The Alcoholic Express
A chance encounter on a commuter train introduces a man to the idea of sobriety
Sober For a Second Time
He had to reach a new level of surrender in order to truly get sober
Home Group Mementos
Identical leather bracelets serve as ties to a home group amongst fisherman in Mexico
Trudging the Road of Happy Destiny
Sober hiking helped him rediscover the joys of living
- 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?