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I get to The Progressive Nature of Addiction20 Aug 2014

I don’t have to – I get to

  I don’t have to work a program. I get to.   When I finally came into the program of Alcoholics Anonymous, I had exhausted all of my resources. Everything else I had tried had failed utterly, and I was literally out of options. AA was the last stop on the block, so I finally gave the program a shot, for no other reason, except… I had to. To go on living the way I

progressive nature of the disease The Progressive Nature of Addiction18 Aug 2014

The Progressive Nature of Addiction

  I hear about the progressive nature of addiction all the time in meetings. Anyone who has attended meetings for a while has heard the phrase “While I’m in here staying sober, my disease is in the parking lot doing push-ups.” On page 30, the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous says “We are convinced to a man that alcoholics of our type are in the grip of a progressive illness. Over any considerable period we