September 2013: Drug Talk
A member shares why it’s important for her to hear booze discussed in AA
When I drank alcohol, I could do anything. It gave me courage I never had when sober. So even before I went out to the bar, I had to start drinking at home to have enough courage to go. This may sound insane, but I was insane. No doubt in my mind. Alcoholics Anonymous has given me my life back. I can now be who I am.
I’ve been sober since Feb. 6, 1994. Last year, the meeting I was going to for 15 years started changing. People began saying they were “clean,” instead of sober, and referred to “using,” instead of drinking. One day I confronted one of the members nicely about...
-- Sandy H.
Bienfait, Saskatchewan, Canada