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


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1.
  ... likes.  BB Working With Others, p.95
If you do stay, let him steer the conversation in any direction he likes.


2.
  ... likes.  BB To Wives, p.120
Make him feel absolutely free to come and go as he likes.


3.
  ... likes Brown; wants the house put in ...  BB How It Works, p.65
My wife -- misunderstands and nags; likes Brown; wants the house put in her name -- pride; personal sex relations; security (fear).


4.
  ... likes him.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.35
Everybody likes him.


5.
  ... likes his fellows to see.  BB Into Action, p.73
This is the one he likes his fellows to see.


6.
  ... likes in helping other alcoholics.  BB The Family Afterward, p.129
Even if he displays a certain amount of neglect and irresponsibility towards the family, it is well to let him go as far as he likes in helping other alcoholics.


7.
  ... likes it or not, he will learn ...  BB To Employers, p.144
Whether your employee likes it or not, he will learn the grim truth about alcoholism.


8.
  ... likes, provided it makes sense to him.  BB Working With Others, p.93
He can choose any conception he likes, provided it makes sense to him.


9.
  ... likes to be told anything about alcohol ...  BB Working With Others, p.103
We would not even do the cause of temperate drinking any good, for not one drinker in a thousand likes to be told anything about alcohol by one who hates it.


10.
  ... likes to tell the following pointed story.  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.162
In this connection, Bill likes to tell the following pointed story.


11.
  ... likes to think he is bodily and ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.30
No person likes to think he is bodily and mentally different from his fellows.


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