AA & Families
This month’s issue features “AA & Families” AA members share powerful experiences about how alcoholism and AA have affected their families' lives.
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Count your days! See how many years, months, days and hours you have of sobriety. It's amazing what can happen one day at a time.
When I was three years sober, I attended a meeting where we discussed the topic, the amend you haven’t made.
Back in the game
I was visiting with an old acquaintance after a meeting the other day.
With Tolerance & Love
My wife initiated the intervention that landed me in treatment, but she didn’t come to “family day” while I was there. However, she did go to Al-Anon once a week after I got out.
40 Years of Tears
My husband and I just buried our dog, Eddie. He was in some pain for the last while, so we were grateful for his release.
Either way, It works
Our Fourth Tradition states, “Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or A.A.
A Much Better View
I was raised in a home where I experienced neglect and grew up to be a melancholy child who found fault with everyone.
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Grapevine Daily Quote March 29
“I thank God for bringing me to Alcoholics Anonymous, but mostly I thank Alcoholics Anonymous for bringing me to God.”
Count your days here.