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We can get through anything

February 2022 | Getting Through Tough Times
He’s gotten through moves, loved one’s deaths, viral meningitis and age issues, and he hasn’t had a drink since 1970

Eyes wide open

February 2022 | Getting Through Tough Times
She was sober now, so why was life so tough? Where was her amazing meadow full of butterflies?

The things They don’t tell you

January 2022 | Beginners
Why was everybody repeating these slogans that didn’t make any sense? “Just hold on”, they said. “You’ll see”

No defense

January 2022 | Beginners
Stop drinking on his own? No problem. Little did he know, a giant warehouse of booze was about to teach him something he’ll never forget

Counting Days in my PJs

January 2022 | Beginners
Even in a pandemic, she got sober, connected, traveled the world and made a host of new friends

Best Cup Ever

August 2021 | Seniors in AA
Instead of calming, a newcomer mom’s mountain weekend becomes stressful and anxious. Luckily, she goes to get coffee

A Mom’s Return

July 2021 | The Annual Prison Issue
Through living amends, a grateful sober mother comes full circle with the children she once abandoned for booze

The Way We Treat Others

June 2021 | Dating & Relationships
If I am ever concerned or confused about what to do, I ask myself this question: What is the loving thing to do here?


June 2021 | Dating & Relationships
When he does the Steps, character defects get lifted. But is today the day to be ready to look at this five-syllable word?

Little Do We Know

May 2021 | Our Twelve Steps
Sometimes what we think we want is not nearly as good as the way things turn out


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