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


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1.
  ... jealousy.  BB Into Action, p.82
It is better, however, that one does not needlessly name a person upon whom she can vent jealousy.


2.
  ... jealousy.  BB Into Action, p.82
Keep it always in sight that we are dealing with that most terrible human emotion -- jealousy.


3.
  ... jealousy.  BB Working With Others, p.100
You should warn against arousing resentment or jealousy.


4.
  ... jealousy, and revenge are likely to be ...  12&12 Step Four, p.44
If the pursuit of wealth tramples upon people who happen to be in the way, then anger, jealousy, and revenge are likely to be aroused.


5.
  ... jealousy, and the like.  12&12 Step Ten, p.88
That is the emotional hangover, the direct result of yesterday's and sometimes today's excesses of negative emotion -- anger, fear, jealousy, and the like.


6.
  ... jealousy, envy, frustration, and fear.  BB To Employers, p.145
The greatest enemies of us alcoholics are resentment, jealousy, envy, frustration, and fear.


7.
  ... jealousy, envy, self-pity, or hurt pride -- did ...  12&12 Step Ten, p.90
Other kinds of disturbances -- jealousy, envy, self-pity, or hurt pride -- did the same thing.


8.
  ... jealousy may arise.  BB The Family Afterward, p.131
When he renews interest in such things, a feeling of jealousy may arise.


9.
  ... jealousy, misery, and a strong desire to ...  12&12 Step Eight, p.80
If our sex conduct is selfish, we may excite jealousy, misery, and a strong desire to retaliate in kind.


10.
  ... jealousy or the like.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.37
In some circumstances we have gone out deliberately to get drunk, feeling ourselves justified by nervousness, anger, worry, depression, jealousy or the like.


11.
  ... jealousy, suspicion or bitterness?  BB How It Works, p.69
Did we unjustifiably arouse jealousy, suspicion or bitterness?


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