Big Book Sponsorship for permanent recovery of all addictions

Big Book Sponsorship

AA Myths, Misconceptions, and Outright Fabrications

Debunking AA myths, bromides and perspectives that are taken to be "AA" but in reality are not.

A.A. Myths: The Myth of Sponsorship

No where in the first 164 pages of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous does it tell the newcomer or any other member of A.A…. Read more »

473

MYTHS IN AA

Published in the July 2008 BETTER TIMES, a monthly newsletter for AA Members in The Greater Toronto Area. Myth 1: 90 meetings in 90 days…. Read more »

MYTHS IN AA

A.A. Myths: The Myth of “Don’t make any major decisions for the first year in recovery”

I hear this advice being given to the newcomer all the time. In most cases, if they be real alcoholics or addicts, they die with… Read more »

A.A. Myths: The Myth of “Don’t make any major decisions for the first year in recovery”

A.A. Myths: The Myth of Going to Meetings: Why ‘Meeting Makers Don’t Always Make It’

The October 2013 Cover issue of the AA Grapevine prominently proclaims it’s “Don’t Drink and Go to Meetings” Message of Recovery. Variations of this theme… Read more »

aa-grapevine-oct-2013

AA Myths: The Myth that Bill wished he could have changed “rarely” to “never.”

A rumor has persisted for years in the fellowship of AA that Bill wished he could have changed “rarely” to “never.” This is a myth…. Read more »

AA Myths: The Myth that Bill wished he could have changed “rarely” to “never.”

That Ain’t in the Big Book!

Since the suggestion made by “The Grapevine” in the late 60’s that “Open Discussion” (OD) meetings might be a good idea, there has been a… Read more »

481