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Help us continue to spread the word that recovery is a reality for addicts and alcoholics.  A statistically proven patte...

watershedrecovery: Help us continue to spread the word that recovery is a reality for addicts and alcoholics. A statistically proven pattern of behaviors exhibited by people suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction.

I owe my life to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. I have struggled over half my life with addiction and thanks to a great sponsor and the 12 steps of A.A., I can participate in my life and be present. I am able to have a relationship with my children and family because of this program.  I would not be where I am today without the support and fellowship of the people I have met along the way. For me to drink is to die, period.

A Day at a Time Wednesday, June 2017 Reflection for the Day "Direct" is a key word in the Ninth Step. There are times, unfortunatel.

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a well-respected #sobriety group that has helped millions of people across the country beat alcohol #addiction. To learn more about the Twelve Steps Of Alcoholics Anonymous, view the downloadable #infographic.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a well-respected sobriety group that has helped millions of people across the country beat alcohol addiction.

The Irrationality of Alcoholics Anonymous - The Atlantic - Alcoholics Anonymous was established in 1935, when knowledge of the brain was in its infancy. It offers a single path to recovery: lifelong abstinence from alcohol. The program instructs members to surrender their ego, accept that they are “powerless” over booze, make amends to those they’ve wronged, and pray.

The Irrationality of Alcoholics Anonymous Its faith-based program dominates treatment in the United States. But researchers have debunked central tenets of AA doctrine and found dozens of other treatments more effective.