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The Way Out
50 years ago he had a bottle of scotch and a pistol in front of him and didn't see any alternatives
The best thing that has happened in my life is Alcoholics Anonymous. Before AA, I was a depressed, suicidal drunk living a day at a time only for my next drink.
On October 14, 1963, I faced that I was powerless over alcohol and attended my very first meeting of AA. It turned out to be the end of my battle with booze and I haven't had a drink to this day, 50 years later.
My life has been made like new. I was actually reborn to a life of unfolding beauty one day at a time.
From the Streets of L.A.
Sixteen years later, she has a roof over her head and a sober life
Those Cornhusker Blues
Sitting in a hotel room in downtown Lincoln, he found himself ruminating on some experiences from decades before
Letting Go of the Golden Glow
Alcohol covered up a lot of his inner conflict but left wreckage in its wake. Sobriety enabled him to live a different life
The Spiritual Journey in Corpus Christi
In sobriety, she was able to build a relationship with a Higher Power
- Personal Stories
AA's tales of recovery
Tragedy in the Night
- Twelve Traditions
AA's guiding principles
Behind the Scenes
- Twelve Steps
AA's blueprint for sobriety
The Road from Reno
New to AA? Find sober support
Like a Duckling
Get a dose of Higher Power here
A River Runs Through It
They've experienced it all ... sober
What's My Secret?