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December 2019 | Remote Communities & Sober Holidays
Some transgender alcoholics have met with resistance when they come into AA seeking our help. Here we can practice Traditions Three and Five.

I Cried as Much as He Did

December 2019 | Remote Communities & Sober Holidays
He didn’t like hospitals—not the smells nor the food. But this day, he discov-ered something really special that made him want to come back

Watch Your Aim!

December 2019 | Remote Communities & Sober Holidays
After a meeting takes a wrong turn, a member has a few thoughts about “principles before personalities”

Miracle in Hollywood

April 2017
After years of relapsing, he finally connected to AA at a recovery house in the town known for making dreams come true

Time to Rotate

February 2016
A sure way to grow is to become a trusted servant, but an even better way is to step down and let others have a chance

My Son’s Shrink

February 2016
He thought he was called in to discuss someone else's problem. Boy, was he wrong

This Time, It's For Me

December 2015
After years of Al-Anon, how could she have not recognized her own alcoholism?

Alcoholism At Large

October 2010
Social elderly: Higher risk


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