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My Oasıs

October 2020 | Money and Sobriety
Except for an occasional scorpion or two, this wonderful desert meeting was her safe, sober home

Mother’s Little Helper

October 2020 | Money and Sobriety
I still have difficult parenting moments and I still want to cry most days about things that happen. But now I don’t immediately turn to alcohol for help. I face my feelings.

Spot Check On I-94

October 2020 | Money and Sobriety
Trying to hold it together with a car full of rambunctious kids, a sober dad gets more and more lost. Time for Step Ten!

Our Daily Bread

October 2020 | Money and Sobriety
A newly sober nun makes a big decision that straps her financially, while keeping the faith that things will work out

The payoff is Peace

September 2020 | Living Sober Group
After a phenomenal amount of pain, he came to believe and a little darkness lifted off his soul

A New View

Magazine Issue September 2020 | Topics Family

A New View

September 2020 | Living Sober Group
The beauty of making amends and not shutting the door on the past is that a window opens to help others

The Best We Could

August 2020 | LGBTQ+
After years of resentment, a gay member reunites with his dad, and AA helps heal the pain

My Last One

August 2020 | LGBTQ+
Sneaking, lying, crashing in the tub and passing out under his desk. This is one he never wants to forget

Changing Course

August 2020 | LGBTQ+
I was nourished by these women. What resonated loudly was hearing that “getting sober is like trying to turn the Titanic around.” The woman’s words shook me to my core.

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