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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

Go the Extra Mile

February 2016
A desperate call on a rainy night reminds a sober mom of our Responsibility Statement

Wheel of Knowledge

January 2016

Web Exclusive: Six Axioms of Alcoholic Thinking

February 2012
A member gives us a rundown in plain English

Alcoholism At Large

October 2010
Social elderly: Higher risk


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