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Staying in my Lane

April 2022 | What's On Your Mind?
If I’m a sober woman of any worth at all, then I’m required by all the gifts God has given me to repair whatever small tear I can in the universe.

Letting go

March 2022 | Emotional Sobriety
How a longtimer learned to observe her thoughts and identify her defects so they don’t take her freedom away

Dear Grapevine

April 2020 | Home Group

Lucky Me

March 2020 | Puzzled
That man’s share changed my sobriety that day. I stopped wanting fairness; I now wanted mercy, for myself and everyone else.

To remember without anger

August 2019 | African-American Alcoholics in AA
The program helped him find compassion, love and a new definition of forgiveness


October 2018
This sober businesswoman’s career really took off, but her program ran out of steam

Coming Home

October 2017
The death of a fellow veteran reminds one member of how AA helps combat his loneliness

Willpower vs. Willingness

May 2017
Coming into AA, his willpower was weak, but his willingness strong; it made all the difference in the world in getting him sober

Lesson Learned

August 2016
This day, the trout were plentiful. Fortunately, so were the tools of AA

We Never Know What God Has Planned

October 2015
How a sober mom just kept showing up and somehow ended up with the keys to Intergroup


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