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You will soon
have your friend admitting
he has many
, if not all, of the traits
of the alcoholic
he may be somewhat
, he is sure
that other people
he was an alcoholic
, he told himself
to the hospital
, he argued
, should he lose
of his business
, only to bring still more suffering
to his family
from whom he
... admitting one's
defects to another person is, ...
Step Five, p.56
It may be he has done
us more harm
than we have done
him and, though
we may have acquired
better attitude toward
him, we are still
He was interested
that he had some of the symptoms
, but he was a long way
that he could do
about it himself
we have done well enough
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