Al Anon,a part of Alcoholics Anonymous.What it does and how helpful for wives and children of alcoholics
Check out my 30 in 30 series titled One day at a Time. It is about my finding serenity through the Al-anon program.
I always wished there was a children's meeting going on at the same time the adults were in theirs. Alot of teens won't go to alateen but the children don't have a choice, lol. It would be great to present the program to them in a fun way with coloring, games, etc. so they can understand they aren't the cause of the chaos and maybe get the help they need to get through.
by IDONO 6 years ago
Can Alcoholics Anonymous continue to exist with it's very old 12 traditions?Many of these traditions are the foundation of a wonderful fellowship, however, it seems the some of the traditions are becoming obsolete such as self supporting through our own contributions, parts of the anonymity...
by Richard Gordon Burns, J.D., CDAAC 3 years ago
Every one of the first three members of Alcoholics Anonymous had received Christian upbringing. Each had studied the Bible. Each believed in God. And each was cured of alcoholism by the power of God and said so.For example, the most powerful statement of this point by both A.A. Number One and A.A....
by Purple Perl 6 years ago
Alcoholics Anonymous is a worldwide organization benefiting alcoholics and their families.Have you benefited by it to kick alcoholism?Share your experiences.
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
I was going to make a hib of this but there would be too much posted from my other site that is going down.On my site I posted this and got lots of responses form non alcoholics and Revoverying and recoverd alcoholics. There is a correlation between cults and AA--so someone said in mt site,...
by Krystal 6 years ago
What kind of support is available for people that love active alcoholics and/or addicts?
by goldenpath 8 years ago
Greetings!I would like to start this forum with this simple question. What programs, techniques and/or advice have helped you in your journey as a recovering addict? Please be as detailed or general as you feel comfortable with.Addictions take on many forms. Pornography, tobacco...
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