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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions 1st Edition
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Anonymous Anonymous is a contributor for Hazelden Publications including Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book 4th Edition.
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It not only relates to drinking but living as well. Highly recommended by us both not only for recovering people, but for family and friends and anyone who wishes to live a better life.
This book provides further details abouts the 12 steps., and is always a good book to reread. The more you do, the more you uncover about the 12 steps and 12 traditions.
then it is extremely accessible and very plainly written. AA has saved many lives and yet remains a program of recovery
that is based upon attraction rather than promotion. As a cynical, agnostic, and unsociable human being with no real
belief system, this book transformed my life. This book is not so much about abstaining from alcohol as it is about how to
live among, and be a positive contributor, to a society of people.