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Down but Happy

June 2021 | Dating & Relationships
It’s hard being in this prison. I’m celebrating my anniversary alone. Working a program of recovery in prison can be a lonely road to walk.

Estranged

April 2021 | Fun in Sobriety
Drinking buddies for 20 years, she and her sister were best friends. That is, until one of them sobered up

Forgiveness Set Me Free

April 2020 | Home Group
My hatred for this man was festering in my soul. I sat there in court praying that he’d get a life sentence. Then he got up and spoke.

Is AA accessible to all?

October 2019 | Is AA Accessible to all who need it?
Her journey into service revealed a need for more handrails, ramps, babysitters and Braille

People like me

August 2019 | African-American Alcoholics in AA
A delegate shares her story and stresses the importance of reaching out to the African-American alcoholic

Card-carrying thumper

May 2019 | Our Big Book–80 Wonderful Years
By following the directions in the book, he became a passionate lifetime fan

Frequent contact

May 2019 | Our Big Book–80 Wonderful Years
Some favorite passages in the Big Book help a father get through the darkest days of his life

Popping up everywhere

April 2019 | Relapse
His fear of past wrongs overwhelming him was put to rest with a thorough Step Four

He was our friend

April 2019 | Relapse
A member recalls a man who could not stop drinking, until the very end of his life

Broad highway

December 2018 | Sober for the Holidays and Remote Communities
Every Thursday night, Calvin and others meet under the bridge on College Street

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