Category: Daily Reading

Top 10 Addiction Blogs

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Addiction blogs are hard to find! Having looked ourselves for addiction blogs that have value and good content we decided to compile a list of our favorite addiction blogs below. At the time of posting all the addiction blogs were

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Am I special?

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Self-Understanding An early professional believed that alcoholics got into trouble because they thought they were “special”.   Thinking we’re special certainly creates all sorts of problems. It’s true that every person is special in that no two people are exactly alike.   But

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WHAT IS AN ADDICTIVE DISEASE?

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WHAT IS AN ADDICTIVE DISEASE? Facing Facts  Now that Twelve Step programs address a multitude of compulsions, arguments flare up about whether these should be called “addictions” or “diseases.” For the person with the problem,  it’s not important.  What terms

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Alcoholics Anonymous Poem

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Alcoholics Anonymous Poem Friday SELFISH IS ALWAYS WRONG Inventory  It’s understood that members sometime refer to the Twelve Step idea as a “selfish” program.     If selfishness is considered a human shortcoming why should we describe our wonderful program as selfish?

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Alcoholics Anonymous Reading

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Friday – Alcoholics Anonymous Reading MAKING LAWS FOR OURSELVES Attaining Freedom  Being human means that we’re subject to all the laws and limitations that apply to human beings.  We should not,  however,  put more limitations on ourselves than might be

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AA Daily Reading – Tuesday 8 April 2014

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Tuesday KEEP IT SIMPLE – BUT NOT SIMPLE-MINDED Working the Steps  Dr. Bob Smith left little in the way of written material for AA’s future.  His phrase “keep it simple”,  however,  is now a guiding slogan in the program.  What

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