Al-Anon's basic book discusses the mutual-help program of recovery, including personal stories. A beginning approach to the Twelve Concepts of Service is included.
©1995, 2008 Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. (P)2013 Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc.
I think, that the print version is the best, however the audio edition is great for driving, walking or relaxation time.
How the Al-Anon displays symptoms of an Alcoholic but we are not drunk. How we are just trying to make everything okay by controlling the situation.
How they are so humble to one another and to the group. How they will go out of your way to make you feel welcome.
Both. I love the stories, and how people handled their situation. It really hit home for a lot of the stories.
I loved it!!!
"Could not stop listening to it"
Botrh are good I think. Audiobook gives me a quick access to its content - I can absorb better listening to it - hard copy is good to read the things that impressed me the most.
Difficult to single out one most important thing. Maybe the one that of "detachment with" love - it's the most difficult for me. Until now I could detach with resentment and anger. Fellows from Al-Anon showed how to ask God to heal me in this respect. A long way to go - but "one day at a time".
Their honesty about their recovery and how the fellowship changed their lives.
Courage to live in Freedom and Life in Abundance.
How come I did not get this book earlier? Well, my recovery in God's hands.
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