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


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1.
  ... difficulty.  BB Bill's Story, p.15
The joy of living we really have, even under pressure and difficulty.


2.
  ... difficulty.  12&12 Tradition Three, p.142
Never did he trouble anyone with his other difficulty.


3.
  ... difficulty arises with agnostics.  BB We Agnostics, p.45
Here difficulty arises with agnostics.


4.
  ... difficulty in casting aside such feelings.  BB We Agnostics, p.48
Though some of us resisted, we found no great difficulty in casting aside such feelings.


5.
  ... difficulty in realizing how hopeless they actually ...  12&12 Step One, p.22
Even these "last-gaspers" often had difficulty in realizing how hopeless they actually were.


6.
  ... difficulty is that few alcoholics have enough ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.32
But the difficulty is that few alcoholics have enough desire to stop while there is yet time.


7.
  ... difficulty is that you may become jealous ...  BB To Wives, p.119
Still another difficulty is that you may become jealous of the attention he bestows on other people, especially alcoholics.


8.
  ... difficulty is this: what comes to us ...  12&12 Step Five, p.60
The second difficulty is this: what comes to us alone may be garbled by our own rationalization and wishful thinking.


9.
  ... difficulty lasted long.  BB The Family Afterward, p.134
We do not know of many cases where this difficulty lasted long.


10.
  ... difficulty or defect?  12&12 Step Six, p.64
Having been granted a perfect release from alcoholism, why then shouldn't we be able to achieve by the same means a perfect release from every other difficulty or defect?


11.
  ... difficulty, re-reading chapters two and three, where ...  BB To Employers, p.140
If this presents difficulty, re-reading chapters two and three, where the alcoholic sickness is discussed at length might be worth while.


12.
  ... difficulty, that he obviously knows what he ...  BB There Is A Solution, p.18
That the man who is making the approach has had the same difficulty, that he obviously knows what he is talking about, that his whole deportment shouts at the new prospect that he is a man with a real answer, that he has no attitude of Holier Than Thou, nothing whatever except the sincere desire to be helpful; that there are no fees to pay, no axes to grind, no people to please, no lectures to be endured -- these are the conditions we have found most effective.


13.
  ... difficulty with the spirituality of the program.  BB Appendix II, Spiritual Experience, p.568
We find that no one need have difficulty with the spirituality of the program.


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