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Topic: Remote Communities
She was a dry drunk, searching and lost, until a suggestion by a teacher unexpectedly showed her the door to sobriety
Originally from Massachusetts, my ex-husband and I—both alcoholics, although we didn’t know it at the time—left there in 1970 driving a Volkswagen camper. We were headed for a new life in southern...
The greatest possible gift is the return of something treasured that was lost. In her case, that meant God
I look around the rooms and marvel at the “young” people—AAs who are in their 20s, 30s and 40s, some of whom have a number of 24 hours under their belts. Not so with me. I was 60 years, 1 month and 2...
Here’s to the people like Victor, who keep the coffee going even when no one’s around
Planning a journey? My favorite part of travel is connecting with AAs in other places. A few years ago, I organized an adventure, leaving my home on Maui in Hawaii to attend the ICYPAA convention in...
For many years, Faro, British Columbia (a community of 2,500 people), had three AA meetings a week. Our group would travel great distances to go on Twelfth Step calls and help other groups start up....

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