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One Alcoholic Helping Another

By Bethany D. Introduction: AA Without God Alcoholics Anonymous has helped millions of people recover from alcoholism. The stories told in the Big Book, personal testimonies in meetings and the twelve suggested steps have...

John’s Recovery: Step Ten

AA Step 10: Continued to take personal inventory and when wrong promptly admitted it. My Step 10: Live each day based on the commitment to strengthen each personal relationship relevant to that day’s events....

Tales of Spiritual Experience

I’ll never smoke weed with Willie again My party’s all over before it begins You can pour me some Old Whiskey River my friend. But I’ll never smoke weed with Willie again. Toby Keith...

John’s Recovery: Step Nine

By John B. AA Step 9: Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. My Step 9: Make appropriate amends based on a sense...

life-j

Our dear friend life-j passed away last month, on December 14. Below you will find a section with a bit of his biography and another section with a list of the articles he wrote...

Rainbow

The Rainbow Group

By bob k On Saturday, October 26 of last year, at the Alano Club in Oshawa, some courageous folks held the first ever LGBTQ-friendly AA meeting in the Durham region. It’s called, appropriately enough,...

Step Eight

John’s Recovery: Step Eight

AA Step 8: Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all. My Step 8: Be mindful of my past transgressions and accept the necessity...

Finding Your Best Self

This slightly edited review was initially published in April of 2018 in The Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. It applies to both the first and second editions of the book. Review...