This month we take a look at Bill W.’s article from the AA Grapevine, Emotional Sobriety: The Next Frontier which was first published in 1958.
This month’s suggestion is the pamphlet Problems Other Than Alcohol. It contains guidance on issues of dual/multi-addiction. It was written by AA co-founder Bill Wilson and was first published in the AA Grapevine in February 1958.
In this month’s ‘Discover AA’ post we take a look at Bill W.’s classic article ‘This Matter of Honesty’ that was first published in August 1961 and is widely considered to be some of Bill’s best writing.
‘This Matter of Honesty’ is widely regarded as one of Bill’s finest articles. It covers such topics as self-deception, anonymity with employers, choosing our advisors in AA, confidentiality and even the thorny topic of gossip.
This article, ‘Why Alcoholics Anonymous is Anonymous’, was written by Bill W. and published in the AA Grapevine in January 1955. In it Bill shares AA’s early experiences and how they shaped our tradition of anonymity at the public level.
This article ‘This Matter of Fear’ by Bill W. was first published in the AA Grapevine in January 1962 and has as pertinent a message now as it did then.
This article, ‘God As We Understand Him: The Dilemma of No Faith’ was written by Bill W. and was first published in the AA Grapevine in April 1961.
The following article was written by Bill W. and published in the AA Grapevine in January 1958. I think that many oldsters who have put our AA “booze cure” to severe but successful tests still find they often lack emotional
by William D. Silkworth, M.D. The following was published in the A.A. Grapevine, January 1947. The mystery of slips is not so deep as it may appear. While it does seem odd that an alcoholic, who has restored himself to
by Bill W. First published in the A.A. Grapevine, April 1946. This was the first presentation of the Twelve Traditions to the fellowship. Nobody invented Alcoholics Anonymous. It grew. Trial and error has produced a rich experience. Little by little