Podcast on Observer piece comments.

This week we have decided to reflect on the piece in the Observer about Jon Stewart. The piece got over 650 comments and was one of the most popular pieces of the week in the paper. It is quite...

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AA Saved my Life – now I’ve lost my faith

AA piece in the Observer The piece is now online http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/nov/29/alcoholics-anonymous-saved-my-life-but-i-lost-my-faithRegular readers of the site will know that I have a lot of time for the site https://jonsleeper.wordpress.com and that I have done a few podcasts with Jon who writes it, over the past...

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Discussion on step 10,11 and 12 of 12 step programs

This is the latest podcast featuring myself and Jon who runs his own blog at https://jonsleeper.wordpress.com which is well worth a look.The steps do vary slightly depending on what 12 step group you go to but the ones I read...

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More about blogging in Recovery.

It has been a couple of years since I launched the blog www.recoveringfromrecovery.com here. I had run a short lived forum on this domain some years before, but I chose to close it after problems with online trolling, by...

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Step 8 and 9 of AA Discussion

Here is the latest podcast from myself and Jon who writes his own blog at https://jonsleeper.wordpress.com . In this episode we are discussing step 8 and step 9 of AA which are about making amends to people we have harmed.Step 8 "Made...

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Podcast about Changing Attitudes To Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is by far the largest support group for alcoholics in the world and most people who need help to beat alcoholism do attend it at least for a while. AA and the 12 step world has a...

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13 stepping in AA mentioned by The Guardian

13 stepping in AA mentioned by The Guardian Newspaper. It is always good to see some progressive piece written about the reality of recovering from addiction and alcoholism in the press. People are realising there is more to recovery than...

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Podcasts about Alcoholism Recovery

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How I came to leave AA

How I came to leave AA! I decided to leave AA after about 18 months of attendance. I had remained alcohol free or sober as AA members refer to abstinence in meetings throughout this time. It was not a decision...

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Jon Sleeper and Monica Richardson

Here is a quick post to mention that Jon Sleeper who often comments here and has his own blog about why he left AA, after being a staunch 12 step stalwart after over a decade of membership, will be...

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