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


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1.
  ... Employer.  BB How It Works, p.63
We had a new Employer.


2.
  ... employer and business associates.  12&12 Tradition Twelve, p.186
As he gained confidence, he felt it right to explain his new way of life to his employer and business associates.


3.
  ... employer and his friends that he was ...  BB To Wives, p.115
Frequently, you have felt obliged to tell your husband's employer and his friends that he was sick, when as a matter of fact he was tight.


4.
  ... employer, and the wife.  BB How It Works, p.67
Notice that the word "fear" is bracketed alongside the difficulties with Mr. Brown, Mrs. Jones, the employer, and the wife.


5.
  ... employer can many times protect the victim ...  BB To Employers, pp.145-146
The employer can many times protect the victim from this kind of talk.


6.
  ... employer cannot play favorites, but he can ...  BB To Employers, p.146
The employer cannot play favorites, but he can always defend a man from needless provocation and unfair criticism.


7.
  ... employer feels a moral responsibility for the ...  BB To Employers, p.137
Nearly every modern employer feels a moral responsibility for the well-being of his help, and he tries to meet these responsibilities.


8.
  ... employer has sometimes kept such a man ...  BB To Employers, p.137
Because of the employee's special ability, or of his own strong personal attachment to him, the employer has sometimes kept such a man at work long beyond a reasonable period.


9.
  ... employer sees him.  BB To Employers, p.136
He knows the alcoholic as the employer sees him.


10.
  ... employer -- unreasonable, unjust, overbearing; threatens to fire ...  BB How It Works, p.65
My employer -- unreasonable, unjust, overbearing; threatens to fire me for drinking and padding my expense account -- self esteem (fear); security.


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