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Before you drink alcohol, do these things
BEFORE YOU TAKE THAT NEXT DRINK OF ALCOHOL:. 1) POSTPONE THE DRINK. ... a minimum of three times each day, upon awakening, upon retiring, and before eating. ...
Big Book Bunch Index
Use these guidelines for taking the 12 steps of AA and learn about other sobriety topics in the Big Book.
Some Causes of Relapse Into Drinking
Jul 5, 2000 ... Our goal here is to explore the causes of alcoholic relapse, specifically, the causes set forth by the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous. ...
Big Book Bunch Index
Tempted to take a drink? Take these actions first [new 2/15/2001] Book Mark ...... 12 Steps and Prayers. Print out your own [new 5/23/2000] ...
Step 12 in recovery from alcoholism
Recover from alcoholism by taking Step 12 with the Big Book Bunch.
Before you drink alcohol, do these things
Visit sobriety chat rooms. Go to Google.Com and search on “stay sober” (107K hits), “sobriety” (97.5K hits), or “sober” (344K hits), for example. ...
Big Book Bunch Index
TAKING THE TWELVE STEPS. Here are the steps we took, which are suggested as a program of recovery: [If you wish to take a step or see details of Sobriety ...
Attend A.A. Meetings for Quality Sobriety
Jul 12, 2000 ... Recover from alcoholism by attending AA meetings with the Big Book Bunch.
Recovery from alcoholism in real in A.A.
61) A body badly burned by alcohol does not often recover overnight nor do twisted thinking and depression vanish in a twinkling. [Big Book, page 133, ...
Victor Parachin, 10 Guidelines for Forgiveness
Jul 4, 2000 ... How to Forgive: 10 Guidelines. By Victor M. Parachin ... Victor Parachin, an ordained minister and writer living in Claremont, California, ...
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