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The Philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous
The focus is on alcoholism. Anonymity is the basic principle of Alcoholics Anonymous. Age, occupation, denomination and origin do not play a role within the AA community. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Order number: 001
Twelve Steps - Twelve Traditions (folding card)
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What does anonymity mean to Alcoholics Anonymous? (Folding map)
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Are you Alcoholics Anonymous?
What Can Alcoholics Anonymous Do For You?
Whether you are an alcoholic and whether the AA program and way of life can help you is up to you. No one from the Alcoholics Anonymous community can make this decision for you.
12 questions to answer yourself.
Order number: 004
Letter to an alcoholic woman
Addressed to a woman who still drinks but already suspects that she has a problem.
This font is based on an article by the journalist that appeared in the American magazine "Good Housekeeping" in 1954 Margaret Lee Runbeck. The publishing house "Hearst Cooperation" has the "Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc." Alcoholics Anonymous Publishing Company in New York, kindly authorized the reprint of this article.
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Many paths to spirituality
AA is the abbreviation for "ANONYMOUS ALCOHOLICS" - not for "ANTI-alcoholics" or many other terms that outsiders often incorrectly use to explain AA.
AA is not a abstinence club.
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This is AA (for alcoholics)
If you think your drinking habits are causing you difficulty or even concern, read up on Alcoholics Anonymous and their recovery program.
After reading this brochure, you may well find that AA has nothing to offer you. In this case we suggest keeping what you have read in mind. Take a look at your drinking behavior from the point of view of what you have read here.
Then decide for yourself and completely independently whether alcohol has really become a problem in your life.
And remember, at all times, you will be welcomed by the thousands of men and women in AA.
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Is Alcoholics Anonymous For Me?
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I am responsible (folding map)
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How it works
new edition available
We have seldom seen someone who failed, although he had conscientiously followed our path.
Those who cannot or do not want to fully engage in this simple program do not recover. Mostly it is men and women who cannot be honest with themselves because of their disposition.
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Alcoholics Anonymous from a Member's Point of View
This booklet is intended to explain to the professional helpers how the AA work. Although the AA program relies on alcoholics sharing their experience, strength, and hope, the recovery process is very individual. This is because each AA member applies the program in the way that suits his or her needs.
This is why the program is presented here as an AA member feels; but the brochure reflects the thinking of the fellowship as it was approved by the A.A. General Service Conference (USA / Canada) and our Joint Service Conference (GDK).
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A message for young people
How to tell when drinking becomes a problem.
A simple twelve-question quiz that will make your decision easier
The harsh word "alcoholism" is difficult to deal with.
But nobody is too young (or too old) to have problems with alcohol.
Alcoholism is a disease. It can meet everyone: young, old, rich, poor, black, white.
It doesn't matter how long you've been drinking or what you've been drinking. It only matters what the drink does to you.
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Young people and AA
This shorthand was written about young people, for young people and almost exclusively by young people. It is about young men and women who once had a serious drinking problem but have now solved it.
It is intended for men and women between the ages of 15 and 20 who may have this problem and want to do something to solve it.
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Nobody is too young to have drinking problems. Alcoholism is a disease that affects people of all ages, the rich, the poor, men and women.
It doesn't matter how long or how much you drink:
If you think your life seems to be going nowhere or out of control, and you think drinking has something to do with it, most of that is true.
Comic for young people.
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The AA Member - Medicines and Other Drugs
Report from a group of doctors within the AA community.
What to watch out for when handling prescribed and over-the-counter medication.
Understanding other drugs.
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AA for the woman
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Are you interested in Alcoholics Anonymous?
Answers to frequently asked questions
This leaflet is for people who are first contacting Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). We try to answer questions that the newcomer asks, questions that they too us when we found this community.
Order number: 017
What we mean by anonymity
Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all of our traditions, which should always remind us to put principles above people.
From the very first days, AA personally promised everyone who attended its meetings that they would remain anonymous. Precisely because the founders and first members were self-recovering alcoholics, they knew from their own experience how ashamed most alcoholics are about their drinking and how much they fear becoming known in public.
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Questions and answers about sponsorship
Questions and answers about sponsorship
The Alcoholics Anonymous community was born out of sponsorship. When, after a few months of sobriety, Bill W. was overwhelmed by an overwhelming urge to drink, the thought popped up in his mind: "You need another alcoholic to talk to. You need another alcoholic just as much as he needs you needs. "
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The AA group - where it all begins
The foundations of our community
"When all else fails, talking to another alcoholic will save the day!" said Bill, one of the founders of our community.
A failed stockbroker and hopeless drinker who was dry at the time of the meeting and struggling to keep his dryness up, he met Dr. Bob, a surgeon still drinking. Both found that their compulsion to drink diminished when they could honestly talk to each other about their problem.
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Brief introduction to the AA community
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Is there an alcoholic in your life?
If someone you like or love has a drinking problem, this booklet will introduce you to an easy recovery program. With the help of this program, today over 2 million people (as of 2005) who have had too much to drink lead a good and useful life without alcohol.
Order number: 029
Frequently asked questions about AA - NEW
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Speaking at non-AA events
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Cooperation between AA members and professionals
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Information on Alcoholics Anonymous
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The Twelve Traditions (illustrated)
The twelve traditions
A distillate from AA experience
As newcomers to the AA community, many of us say to ourselves, "Let the group leaders take care of the traditions! I'm just an average member."
Order number: 034
Is there an alcoholic in your workplace?
Many organizations have programs to help the alcoholic worker. AA does not set up its own alcoholism programs itself, they are ready to cooperate with these institutions.
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The Twelve Concepts (illustrated)
How Bill W. explains the spiritual principles underlying the structure of AA and how the pieces interlock.
This is a brochure above the concepts; there are Not the concepts themselves. These can be found in the book The AA Service Manual / Twelve Concepts for World Serviceand they should be read by every trusted servant.
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Problems other than alcohol
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Problems Other Than Alcohol (Excerpts)
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The AA and gay alcoholics
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AA as a resource for healthcare professionals
This brochure has two purposes:
1. To inform about Alcoholics Anonymous
2. Describe how trusted doctors can use the AA program to help problem drinkers
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Bill W .: 3 speeches to medical societies
Alcoholics Anonymous Beginnings and Growth
Presented to the Medical Society on Alcoholism of New York City on April 28, 1958
Basic Alcoholics Names Concepts
Excerpts from a speech given at the annual meeting of the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry of the Medical Society of New York, May 1944
The Alcoholics Anonymous Community
Excerpts from speech given at the American Psychiatric Association's 105th annual meeting, May 1949, in Quebec
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There is better than sitting in a cell
Small guide for prison inmates
We don't mind if anyone drinks, except ourselves. We don't want to get anyone away from alcohol, except ourselves. If you can drink without stress, then drink to our own good.
But we got sick. Or somehow got into the shit from our drinking. Sometimes we didn't even know what we were doing.
Everyone who tells their story in this brochure got stuck. In jail we heard some surprising things about drinking. Things we didn't know before. Mostly it was about our health.
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Tips for a prisoner who might be an alcoholic
How it used to be
We don't like to talk about drinking, but we like to drink. We drank when we were on top, when we got dirty, and with everything in between. Little of us knew we were having trouble drinking until it was too late. Alcoholics Anonymous gave us a second chance.
Many of us have also been in prison. Drinking played a big part in our crimes - a bigger one than we thought.
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AA at a glance
What does AA mean?
How big is the AA community?
AA's Relationship with Other Organizations
How is the AA community going?
How the AA keep their sobriety
Why are Alcoholics Anonymous anonymous?
You can find out more about this and more in this flyer
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How shall we continue?
You will soon be returning to the real world. You'll find it's the same old world, with the same old problems.
Wherever you live, you will still have loads of these problems. And on top of that, the one problem that makes all the others seem bigger than they really are.
You're not the only one grappling with the alcohol problem. There are about 2 million of us who are no longer alone.
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Take the message to jail
Am i responsible
Some alcoholics are not in the fortunate position of being able to go to meetings whenever they want. You are in custody. They have limited access to the experience our community shares in their meetings.
If I need a meeting and there isn't one, what then?
All over the world there are groups for alcoholics in custody. However, these meetings only cover a fraction of the need for groups in prisons. Many there reach for AA's hand but do not find it stretched out.
You can help!
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Guidelines for the AA Correspondence Service
Welcome to one of the most rewarding and seldom mentioned work in the twelfth step.
In addition to complying with the prison regulations for mail and correspondence, the following guidelines are suggested, which have arisen from shared experience and are intended to help you when you correspond with AA friends 'inside'.
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The AA community in numbers
Following the example of the American AA, after the first survey in 1994, in which separate evaluation sheets were drawn up for Germany / Austria / Switzerland, the German-speaking AA carried out another survey in the German-speaking area in 2007, this time covering the entire German-speaking area. The aim is to break down the structure of membership in the Alcoholics Anonymous community and thereby make our work towards the still suffering alcoholic more effective.
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The Twelve Steps (illustrated)
Small flyer with the steps and a drawing for each step
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Guidelines: Relationship between AA + Al-Anon
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Everything under control (Flyer)
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A set of beginner literature for women
Contents of flyer no.002, 004, 008, 016, 017, 027, 050, 051
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A set of beginner literature for men
Contents of flyer no.002, 004, 008, 017, 027, 050, 051
Order number: 151
A set of beginner literature for teenagers
Contents of flyer no.002, 004, 008, 012, 013, 027, 050, 051
Order number: 152
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