• Bob D of Las Vegas NV: The 12 Steps of AA from the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book

  • By: History of Recovery
  • Narrated by: Bob D., A Bill Friend
  • Length: 9 hrs and 57 mins
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Bob D of Las Vegas NV: The 12 Steps of AA from the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book

Bob D relates his experiences to the Big Book and the 12 steps. Lots of stories, many of them humorous, about alcoholic drinking experiences. These highlight the truths of Big Book principles. Plenty of sobriety stories about how he got and stays sober. Enjoyable talks that show the fun of AA and the pleasures of sobriety. "If newcomers could see no joy or fun in our existence, they wouldn't want it." (Page 132)

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Good AA

This is a perfect adjunct to any program. Lots of good information in here. High recommend, especially in times you just can’t make it to a meeting.