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


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1.
  ... leave.  BB To Wives, p.106
Usually we did not leave.


2.
  ... leave.  BB To Wives, p.108
If you are positive he is one of this type you may feel you had better leave.


3.
  ... leave elated by the thought of what ...  BB A Vision For You, pp.160-161
He and his wife would leave elated by the thought of what they could now do for some stricken acquaintance and his family.


4.
  ... leave him alone.  BB To Wives, p.113
If he is lukewarm or thinks he is not an alcoholic, we suggest you leave him alone.


5.
  ... leave him alone, he'd soon solve his ...  12&12 Tradition Five, pp.151-152
He shouts that if his partner would treat him better, and his wife would leave him alone, he'd soon solve his alcohol problem.


6.
  "Leave him alone! Let him try it ...  12&12 Tradition Three, p.144
"Leave him alone! Let him try it by himself for once; maybe he'll learn a lesson!"


7.
  ... leave him temporarily, you should, if you ...  BB To Wives, p.111
Even though your husband becomes unbearable and you have to leave him temporarily, you should, if you can, go without rancor.


8.
  ... leave it alone.  BB There Is A Solution, p.20
They can take it or leave it alone.


9.
  ... leave it alone.  BB To Employers, p.139
As a moderate drinker, you can take your liquor or leave it alone.


10.
  ... leave it alone, no matter how great ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.34
This is the baffling feature of alcoholism as we know it -- this utter inability to leave it alone, no matter how great the necessity or the wish.


11.
  ... leave it alone. Why can't he?"  BB There Is A Solution, p.20
How many times people have said to us: "I can take it or leave it alone. Why can't he?"


12.
  ... leave it behind us.  12&12 Step Ten, p.89
When this is done, we are really able to leave it behind us.


13.
  ... leave it to each newcomer to decide ...  12&12 Tradition Three, p.141
Why did we leave it to each newcomer to decide himself whether he was an alcoholic and whether he should join us?


14.
  ... leave of absence, has taken a cure, ...  BB To Employers, p.138
He has just returned from a three-months leave of absence, has taken a cure, looks fine, and to clinch the matter, the board of directors told him this was his last chance."


15.
  ... leave such a person alone, he may ...  BB Working With Others, p.96
If you leave such a person alone, he may soon become convinced that he cannot recover by himself.


16.
  ... leave them out of the first discussion.  BB Working With Others, p.91
Though you have talked with the family, leave them out of the first discussion.


17.
  ... leave us.  BB Into Action, p.84
Fear of people and of economic insecurity will leave us.


18.
  ... leave you with the feeling that no ...  BB To Wives, p.104
We want to leave you with the feeling that no situation is too difficult and no unhappiness too great to be overcome.


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