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A.A. has a solution.  That isn't an empty promise.  A.A. has been helping alcoholics recover for more than 80 years.  A.A.'s program of recovery is built on the simple foundation of one alcoholic sharing with another.  If your drinking is out of control, A.A. can help.

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Sobriety in A.A.: Since getting sober, I have hope

Sobriety in A.A.: Since getting sober, I have hope

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If someone you care about has a drinking problem, A.A. might have a solution for them.  A.A. has helped more than two million alcoholics stop drinking.  Recovery works through one alcoholic sharing their experience with another.

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Professionals who work with alcoholics share a common purpose with A.A.: to help the alcoholic stop drinking.  A.A. members are available to provide A.A. meetings or information about A.A. upon request.

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"WE PAUSE . . . AND ASK"

As we go through the day we pause, when agitated or doubtful, and ask for the right thought or action.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 87

As we go through the day we pause, when agitated or doubtful, and ask for the right thought or action.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 87

Today I humbly ask my Higher Power for the grace to find the space between my impulse and my action; to let flow a cooling breeze when I would respond with heat; to interrupt fierceness with gentle peace; to accept the moment which allows judgment to become discernment; to defer to silence when my tongue would rush to attack or defend.

I promise to watch for every opportunity to turn toward my Higher Power for guidance. I know where this power is: it resides within me, as clear as a mountain brook, hidden in the hills—it is the unsuspected Inner Resource.

I thank my Higher Power for this world of light and truth I see when I allow it to direct my vision. I trust it today and hope it trusts me to make all effort to find the right thought or action today.

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