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BRING ME A FLOWER

Bring Me a Flower

Bring me a flower and know that you are my child, conceived in love, nurtured in love, set free in love. Bring me a wildflower and know that you are...

Twelve Step Calls

I remember when we used to do more Twelve Step calls on wet drunks. I’ve been on some interesting ones. But just because we’re...

Auzzie Joys of Recovery

“Above everything, we alcoholics (and/or addicts) must be rid of this selfishness. We must, or it kills us! God makes this possible.”  (Alcoholics Anonymous...

Confused, Befuddled, Bedraggled

There I was – on a park bench, confused, befuddled, bedraggled and in my Jimmy Choos. I'd just returned from my first Alcoholics Anonymous...

Recovery Tech: Audiobooks

An important part of my recovery has been my insistence on never settling for good enough. As I look back on ten years of...

An Everyday Miracle

My name is Maetta Broadus, and my road to recovery began over 23 years ago on July 5, 1992. My last day of using...

A Twelve Step Agnostic in AA

I grew up in Macclesfield, England, in a home with an alcoholic parent. My stepfather was a daily drinker who was incapable of forming...

Artist’s Statement

Aaron Lee Perry is an artist, writer and printmaker from Louisville, Kentucky. He is a proud father and a recovering addict and alcoholic; he’s...
HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

Humble Beginnings

The story of boy meets girl on Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) campus takes many forms, and our story is one that continues to unfold. Big...

The Tide is Turning

The Irish love of alcohol and drinking excessively is no secret. In fact, if you mention that you’re Irish, people automatically assume you’re a...

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