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Where the program of Alcoholics Anonymous has led me Read More
The story that Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob started Alcoholic Anonymous in 1935 is completely false. Bill and Dr. Bob started recruiting for the Oxford Group in 1935; they built up their “Anonymous Alcoholics” for the first two years in New York and then for four years in Akron. The… Read More
This is a story about Arik Bently Bennett who is a good kid in a bad situation. His parents are alcoholics who are always gone, leaving him to basically raise his two younger brothers. When he finally gets away from it all and goes to live with his loving grandmother,… Read More
Another piece I wrote while I was down... It's hard, but if I want to live, and be successful.. I must be sober Read More
I am a recovering Alcoholic. I eventually would like to put my writings together and publish a book. I write what I am going through with my recovery. What it was like before, and hoping what it will be like years from now. Basically, my true emotions. Read More
Sean is a middle-aged alcoholic, divorced, whose whole world revolves around the demon drink. From first thing in the morning until he falls into his bed at night, drunk, booze is his only friend. Then there is an unexpected meeting with his wife, the same day he is due to… Read More
About my alcoholic mother who is slowly but surely sending herself to an early grave. Read More
This is just a rant from me about alcohol, alcoholics and recovery. Read More
about my drunken days after my husband left me Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 18, 2007

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The Booksie Classic House

Sitting outside a convenience store this evening I noticed every single person walkin out had beer n booze. Read More
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