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Commonly referred to as the “Twelve and Twelve”, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions comprises 24 foundational essays by Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill W. that have helped millions of A.A. members worldwide both to get and stay sober “one day at a time”, and to ensure that their "Fellowship" - Alcoholics Anonymous as a whole - will be there for them tomorrow. 

First published by Grapevine in 1952, the 12 essays in the book’s opening expand upon each of A.A.’s landmark Twelve Steps - its program of recovery from alcoholism - with practical applications, helpful examples and personal insights, many of which enlarge upon themes raised in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The second 12 illuminate the Twelve Traditions and explain how spiritual principles such as anonymity, humility and self-support serve to safeguard the unity of Alcoholics Anonymous and shield it from internal and external challenges. 

Whether heard at meetings, referred to while working with a sponsor, or turned to in a quiet moment, The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions can serve as a vital resource for those seeking a deeper understanding of the Steps and Traditions. 

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions has been approved by the General Service Conference.

©1952 Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. (P)2021 Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

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Perfect

Great narration. It was wonderful to be able to listen to this tonight instead of having to read it.

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Was not even close to what the actual book reads..

This should get 0 stars. This is not the same book at all.....I honestly want a refund.

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life changing experience for me

I call it the bible for those who are in need of guidance!❤️🙏 Army Strong !

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classic

every word saturated with meaning. audio book adds the feeling of being in a 12n12 meeting

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Vital Piece of the AA Program

This book expounds upon and provides vital insight into the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions. Critical source for all those out there who ask "why."

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Good reference

I read this book because my husband just entered rehab. He is in for drug but the same principles apply. It was interesting to here and learn about the steps and experiences that anonymous members went through. It was helpful.
If you are the person going through addiction then the traditions is very helpful to understand.
if you are reading this because of a loved one, the traditions however interesting is not very helpful.
-side note, it confused me if AAA and 12 steps are no suppose to take money , then I believe this book should be free to all. Educational and does a lot of good.
- good mix of voices and easy to follow .

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Great Tool

As a recovering alcoholic this book is our guide to and through sobriety. You will learn what keeps us sober and use it throughout your journey for life.