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Alcoholics anonymous – is a book which outlines the principles world-renowned program to overcome alcoholism. It has been translated into many languages and distributed everywhere, helping to fight it everywhere, because alcoholism does not recognize state borders. Anyone who would like to get acquainted with the essence of the Program, using the original, addressed to the translation. Take it, the publishers relied on the experience of the Commonwealth for many decades.
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A.A. for the Older Alcoholic—Never Too Late
A revision of “Time to Start Living,” relates the stories of eight men and women who came to A.A. after 60. Large-print.
A.A. for the Woman
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
A.A. Tradition—How It Developed
How shall we A.A.’s best preserve our unity? That is the subject of this booklet. When an alcoholic applies the Twelve Steps of our recovery program to his personal life, his disintegration stops and his unification begins. The Power which now holds him together in one piece overcomes those forces which had rent him apart.
Do You Think You’re Different
Speaks to newcomers who may wonder how A.A. can work for someone “different”—black or Jewish, teenager or nearing 80, plus nine other people who tell how the A.A. program has worked for them.
Frequently Asked Questions About A.A. (Formerly 44 Questions)
Answers the questions most frequently asked about A.A. by alcoholics seeking help, as well as by their families and friends.
Is A.A. For You?
Only you can decide whether you want to give Alcoholics Anonymous a try—whether you think it can help you. We who are in AA came because we finally gaveup trying to control our drinking. We still hated to admit that we could never drink safely.Then we heard from other AA members that we were sick.
This Is A.A. – An introduction to the A.A. recovery program
Introductory pamphlet describing the kind of people A.A.s are and what A.A.s have learned about alcoholism. For anyone who thinks he or she may have a problem with alcohol.
Questions and Answers on Sponsorship
Uses shared A.A. experience to answer 34 questions likely to be asked by persons seeking sponsors, persons wanting to be sponsors, and groups planning sponsorship activity.
The A.A. Member—Medications & Other Drugs
The A.A. Member—Medications and Other Drugs — Report from a group of doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. members share their experience with medications and other drugs.
The Twelve Concepts for World Service – Illustrated
Brief, easy-to-read text and clever illustrations make the Twelve Concepts for World Service clear and understandable.
Three Talks to Medical Societies by Bill W., Co-founder of AA
Contains Bill’s ideas of how A.A. works, principles borrowed from medicine and religion, and a summary of A.A.’s first 23 years.