The Weekly Package
Young in AA
A woman talks of her own vulnerability as a young woman in AA many years earlier in "Someone to Watch Over Me"
This week, we are featuring a few new stories about young people in the rooms of AA. In "Looking Back," an oldtimer reflects on getting sober at young age. Similarly, a woman talks of her own vulnerability as a young woman in AA many years earlier in "Someone to Watch Over Me." This vulnerability is graphically illustrated by the narrator of "The Juggler."
Meanwhile, in other stories this week, a beginner describes how he came to learn of AA through a neighbor in his building in the story, "Neighbors." And lastly, a member tackles teh contention that the Big Book is biased toward... Login to read more
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