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


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1.
  ... condition.  BB Bill's Story, p.9
It was years since I could remember his coming to New York in that condition.


2.
  ... condition.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.32
It may be worth a bad case of jitters if you get a full knowledge of your condition.


3.
  ... condition.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.35
He agreed he was a real alcoholic and in a serious condition.


4.
  ... condition.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.39
For a few days he was depressed about his condition.


5.
  ... condition.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.42
They piled on me heaps of evidence to the effect that an alcoholic mentality, such as I had exhibited in Washington, was a hopeless condition.


6.
  ... condition.  BB Into Action, p.85
That is how we react so long as we keep in fit spiritual condition.


7.
  ... condition.  BB Into Action, p.85
What we really have is a daily reprieve contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition.


8.
  ... condition.  BB The Family Afterward, p.122
Cessation of drinking is but the first step away from a highly strained, abnormal condition.


9.
  ... condition, and his religious leanings.  BB Working With Others, p.90
Get an idea of his behavior, his problems, his background, the seriousness of his condition, and his religious leanings.


10.
  ... condition applies to the group.  12&12 Contents (Tradition Nine), p.12
Same condition applies to the group.


11.
  ... condition, brought to me.  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxxi
He was rescued by a searching party, and, in desperate condition, brought to me.


12.
  ... condition do we criticize such a person ...  BB Into Action, p.77
Under no condition do we criticize such a person or argue.


13.
  ... condition, he has become very curious to ...  BB Working With Others, pp.92-93
Even though your protégé may not have entirely admitted his condition, he has become very curious to know how you got well.


14.
  ... condition is being blotted out ... Historians may ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


15.
  ... condition is that he trust in God ...  BB Working With Others, p.98
The only condition is that he trust in God and clean house.


16.
  ... condition, it is better to risk it.  BB Working With Others, p.90
The family may object to this, but unless he is in a dangerous physical condition, it is better to risk it.


17.
  ... condition may come to him.  BB To Employers, p.144
If the book is read the moment the patient is able, while acutely depressed, realization of his condition may come to him.


18.
  ... condition of groveling despair.  12&12 Step Seven, p.72
It was only at the end of a long road, marked by successive defeats and humiliations, and the final crushing of our self-sufficiency, that we began to feel humility as something more than a condition of groveling despair.


19.
  ... condition of mind and body.  BB There Is A Solution, p.20
Doubtless you are curious to discover how and why, in the face of expert opinion to the contrary, we have recovered from a hopeless condition of mind and body.


20.
  ... condition or this book only when he ...  BB To Wives, p.113
Talk about his condition or this book only when he raises the issue.


21.
  ... condition persists.  BB The Family Afterward, p.134
There should be no hesitancy in consulting a doctor or psychologist if the condition persists.


22.
  ... condition surrounding that first drink prevents normal ...  BB Working With Others, p.92
Show him, from your own experience, how the queer mental condition surrounding that first drink prevents normal functioning of the will power.


23.
  ... condition that he can think straight and ...  BB To Employers, p.143
Your man will fare better if placed in such physical condition that he can think straight and no longer craves liquor.


24.
  ... condition too abnormal or dangerous.  BB To Wives, p.114
If he is already committed to an institution, but can convince you and your doctor that he means business, give him a chance to try our method, unless the doctor thinks his mental condition too abnormal or dangerous.


25.
  ... condition was.  12&12 Step Twelve, p.122
It did not matter too much what our material condition was, but it did matter what our spiritual condition was.


26.
  ... condition was, but it did matter what ...  12&12 Step Twelve, p.122
It did not matter too much what our material condition was, but it did matter what our spiritual condition was.


27.
  ... condition was relieved, as in fact it ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.42
But the moment I made up my mind to go through with the process, I had the curious feeling that my alcoholic condition was relieved, as in fact it proved to be.


28.
  ... condition were unusually good.  BB There Is A Solution, p.26
His physical and mental condition were unusually good.


29.
  ... condition, whatever that happens to be.  BB To Employers, p.144
We hope the doctor will tell the patient the truth about his condition, whatever that happens to be.


30.
  ... condition which, in ordinary life, would produce ...  BB The Family Afterward, p.125
This is a condition which, in ordinary life, would produce untold grief; there might be scandalous gossip, laughter at the expense of other people, and a tendency to take advantage of intimate information.


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