Anti AA forums and blogs.

Old Post about Anti AA sites Back when I started this blog in 2013, I wrote a post about the Anti AA world https://www.recoveringfromrecovery.com/anti-aa-sites/  which generally gets about 20 views a day, despite being quite old. I suppose this is...

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Monica Richardson 13th Step Film 2017

Monica Richardson 13th step film A few of you who ave followed this blog will remember me supporting Monica Richardson for making her film the 13th Step. Some of us met up at a preview show in London over a...

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Tracy Chabala piece mentions www.recoveringfromrecovery.com

Here is a quick post linking to AfterPartyMagazine which has a piece by Tracy Chabala which mentions this site and Jon Sleeper's site https://jonsleeper.wordpress.com/ as well as a few of the more extreme Anti AA sites. Here is the link https://rehabreviews.com/anti-aa-blogs-hateful-helpful/ She talks...

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Lifton’s Eight Criteria of Thought Reform and AA.

Does AA use thought control and fit the Lifton’s Eight Criteria of Thought Reform. On the latest podcast that I have done with Jon Stewart who blogs at https://jonsleeper.wordpress.com we discuss the idea of thought control or thought reform, being...

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Podcast Discussion about TSM and Blogging.

My Latest Alcoholism Recovery Podcast Here is another podcast done over Skype, for my site www.alcoholism-recovery-radio.com which features Gary who was also part of the Podcast about "The Sinclair Method" with Dr Roy Eskapa. Gary was the person who introduced me to...

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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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What I found helpful in AA / Alcoholics Anonymous

My time in AA or Alcoholics Anonymous. I have been fairly critical of the 12 step "Alcoholics Anonymous or AA" approach in places on this site, to explain why I moved on from it, but have also given AA credit for being useful...

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Stick with the winners.

Stick with the winners and avoid the losers! In alcoholism recovery groups like AA When there is a post on a site such as "the Fix" which offers a view on AA, either for or against, you will always get...

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Reflection on AA

Reflection on AA, the good and bad points of Alcoholics Anonymous People seem to love or hate AA, especially on online recovery forums such as http://www.thefix.com. You often see people from either side, trying to take over any discussion about...

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Lance Dodes interview on the Fix

Lance Dodes interview on the Fix about "The Sober Truth". I tend not to read The Fix too often these days as I feel it has lost its way a bit, with fairly lightweight articles, but thought this quite good....

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