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From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


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1.
View MORE ABOUT ALCOHOLISM chapter   ... realized.   BB More About Alcoholism, p.39  
The doctor intimated strongly that he might be worse than he realized.


2.
View TO WIVES chapter   ... realized.   BB To Wives, p.106  
We have told small tots that father was sick, which was much nearer the truth than we realized.


3.
View THE DOCTOR'S OPINION   ... realized for a long time that some ...   BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxvii  
We doctors have realized for a long time that some form of moral psychology was of urgent importance to alcoholics, but its application presented difficulties beyond our conception.


4.
View FOREWORD TO SECOND EDITION   ... realized it at the time.   BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xvii  
When the broker returned to New York in the fall of 1935, the first A.A. group had actually been formed, though no one realized it at the time.


5.
View STEP ONE essay   ... realized it we were out of control, ...   12&12 Step One, p.23  
By going back in our own drinking histories, we could show that years before we realized it we were out of control, that our drinking even then was no mere habit, that it was indeed the beginning of a fatal progression.


6.
View FOREWORD TO SECOND EDITION   ... realized that in order to save himself ...   BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xvi  
He suddenly realized that in order to save himself he must carry his message to another alcoholic.


7.
View TRADITION TWELVE essay   ... realized that it could do us incalculable ...   12&12 Tradition Twelve, p.187  
As this tide offering top public approval swept in, we realized that it could do us incalculable good or great harm.


8.
View TRADITION SEVEN essay   ... realized that my five-dollar gift to the ...   12&12 Tradition Seven, p.163  
I realized that my five-dollar gift to the slippee was an ego-feeding proposition, bad for him and bad for me.


9.
View HOW IT WORKS chapter   ... realized that the people who wronged us ...   BB How It Works, p.66  
This was our course: We realized that the people who wronged us were perhaps spiritually sick.


10.
View STEP EIGHT essay   ... realized that we were preparing to make ...   12&12 Step Eight, p.78  
We got a pretty severe shock when we realized that we were preparing to make a face-to-face admission of our wretched conduct to those we had hurt.


11.
View STEP TWELVE essay   ... realized that we would need to continue ...   12&12 Step Twelve, p.108  
By this time, at Step Ten, we had begun to get a basis for daily living, and we keenly realized that we would need to continue taking personal inventory, and that when we were in the wrong we ought to admit it promptly.


12.
View STEP FOUR essay   ... realized while ours are not.   12&12 Step Four, p.49  
Unreasonable fear that our instincts will not be satisfied drives us to covet the possessions of others, to lust for sex and power, to become angry when our instinctive demands are threatened, to be envious when the ambitions of others seem to be realized while ours are not.


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