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- 101 Common Cliches of Alcoholics Anonymous
- Bob Tolin
- 08 January 2019
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101 Common Cliches of Alcoholics Anonymous Characters ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Is not pretty nor one easily explained or understood This book is gritty informative and at the same time inspirational and full of joy and hope but most of all it was written with the newcomer in mind so it does a balancing act just for them It is meant to be simple when I was first getting sober I had the attention span of a gnat It is honest and funny and gives a glimpse of just how ugly addiction gets and how attractive real recovery can be After reading about us our cliches and our solution to a condition described as cunning baffling and powerful it is my hope at least some will say Yes I am one of them too; I too must have this thing Bob.Free read Ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ò Bob Tolin
101 Common Cliches of Alcoholics Anonymous Characters ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Inform people who are simply curious about the teachings of AA It tells what it is really like from someone who has taken the journey and recovered It is filled with witty heartfelt clichés that are so true so sharp they make the old timers smile and the newcomers cringe The clichés are used to teach newcomers the greater truths about the cure for alcoholism Each cliché is a parable an allegorical truth that is then explained using plainly stated information from knowledgable sponsors and the Big Book with humorous commentary from a recovered alcoholic This book is not fluff nor is it for the faint hearted The world of alcohol and drug abuse.
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101 Common Cliches of Alcoholics Anonymous Characters ð PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook It is hard to find Alcoholic Anonymous literature that has the same flavor as your favorite meeting until now This book was written in the same spirit that claims “We are not a glum lot” NOTE the font size in this book is very close to LARGE PRINT In one of the stories in the Big Book an alcoholic’ states “the most compelling part of AA the part that made me want to try this sober thing was the laughter the pure joy of the laughter that I heard only from sober alcoholics” This book was written first with the hope to spread this laughter to the newcomer that has lost all hope Secondly it serves to enlighten and dispel rumors about AA to.