This book deals with the “Twelve Steps” and the. “Twelve Traditions” of Alcoholics Anonymous. It presents an explicit view of the principles by which A.A. . Big Book and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. B-2 - Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Twelve Steps and Twelve. Home Read the Big Book and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Audio Version. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0.
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B-2 - Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions — (Hardcover edition) Bill W.'s 24 essays on the Steps and the Traditions discuss the principles of individual recovery. Home Read the Big Book and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. B-2 - Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Twelve. Alcoholics Anonymous. Formats in which the Big Book can be read: To read a PDF version of the Fourth Edition of Alcoholics Anonymous click here. To listen to .
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In addition, it clarifies each of the Twelve Steps that constitute the AA way of life and each of the Traditions by which AA maintains its unity.
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Primary Entity http: Bob passed away. Truth be told, I never completed the Big Book. That said, I visited one AA group meeting out of sheer boredom and was shocked to see that people trying to figure what the hell The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions was all about.
I somehow completed the session and then rushed out. I never understood this book. This book complicates the already tough process of 12 steps. Avoid this book if you want to complete the rehab process. Good book, but a little simplification would not harm 3. Surprised, but it is true.
This book opened the doors to a happier life, a life without alcohol which was unthinkable a few decades back. The book explains every step clearly, but one grouse that I had then and have now is the somewhat over complication of the steps. A little simplification will enable the book to reach a wider audience.
It has some good reminders about each tradition and what step is all about.
I have seen this book do wonders for my friend, but my first attempt at reading this was futile. But I was not prepared for it, and now that I have decided to become sober, I can always fall back on this book. This act had a profound effect on me.
Wanting to prove myself in her eyes, I decided to read it and was bowled over by it. I would recommend this book to all those who are determined to improve the relationship with their loved ones, people in general as well as having a healthier and happier life.
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One does not need to be alcoholic to read this book. You can still benefit from exercises as well as the ideas that are mentioned in this book. You can say it is an AA manual which explains every single tradition and steps of AA more clearly. However, I feel the good intentions seem to have gone astray somewhere as the book ends up complicating matters further. Avoid this book if you are new to rehab. The book has to be discussed in a group.
One would get lots of doubts, which is best answered in a group. The book reinforces the fact that you are sober now and shows you the way to stay that way which is the most important aspect in a rehab program. Thanks to my rehab counselors, as well as these two wonderful books, I have been sober for more than a decade.
It has been a tough ride, but I took it one day at a time and with the help of these two books, I have been able to survive this long.Some were drinking heavily, and there had been occasional serious episodes.
Very small tear to front and rear of dust jacket. If you have checked out the meetings and found the program to be helpful, you can simply consider yourself a member. Instead, recovering alcoholics should be content with gradual progress over a long period of time.
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
But they also recognize that everyone does this at his or her own pace. Try and find out more about your local AA groups.
About this Item: Results 1 - 13 of May be ex-library. We admitted we were powerless over alcohol — that our lives had become unmanageable.