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Alcoholics Anonymous : the story of how many thousands of men and women have recovered from alcoholism.

Publisher: New York City : Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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The basic text of the Alcoholics Anonymous, which traces its roots, explores its precepts, and presents stories from participants that demonstrate the program's effectiveness.
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 1893007162 9781893007161 1893007170 9781893007178
OCLC Number: 49743393
Description: xxxii, 575 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Bill's story --
There is a solution --
More about alcoholism --
We agnostics --
How it works --
Into action --
Working with others --
To wives --
The family afterward --
To employers --
A vision for you --
Personal stories : pt. I. Pioneers of A.A. : Doctor Bob's nightmare ; Alcoholic anonymous number three ; Gratitude in action ; Women suffer too ; Our southern friend ; The vicious cycle ; Jim's story ; The man who mastered fear ; He sold himself short ; The keys of the kingdom --
pt. II. They stopped in time : The missing link ; Fear of fear ; The housewife who drank at home ; Physician, heal thyself! ; My chance to live ; Student of life ; Crossing the river of denial ; Because I'm an alcoholic ; It might have been worse ; Tightrope ; Flooded with feeling ; Winner takes all ; Me an alcoholic? ; The perpetual quest ; A drunk, like you ; Acceptance was the answer ; Window of opportunity --
pt. III. They lost nearly all : My bottle, my resentments, and me --
He lived only to drink ; Safe haven ; Listening to the wind ; Twice gifted ; Building a new life ; On the move ; A vision of recovery ; Gutter bravado ; Empty on the inside ; Grounded ; Another chance ; A late start ; Freedom from bondage ; A.A. taught him to handle sobriety --
Appendices : I. The A.A. tradition ; II. Spiritual experience ; III. The medical view on A.A. ; IV. The Lasker Award ; V. The religious view on A.A. ; VI. How to get in touch with A.A. ; VII. Twelve concepts (short form).
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The basic text of the Alcoholics Anonymous, which traces its roots, explores its precepts, and presents stories from participants that demonstrate the program's effectiveness.

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