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Many groups have modified these materials for their use and such modifications are not reflected here. We who live, or have lived, with the problem of alcoholism, understand as perhaps few other can. We urge you to try our program. It has helped many of us find solutions that lead to serenity. So much depends on our own attitudes, and as we learn to place our problem in its true perspective, we find it loses its power to dominate our thoughts and our lives. The family situation is bound to improve as we apply the Alanon ideas. Without such spiritual help, living with an alcoholic is too much for most of us.
The 12 Traditions of the AA Study Guide
We also carry a few titles in Spanish and can order others on request. The Forum contains personal stories of inspiration. Articles written by members present their personal views and experiences. In keeping with Tradition Eleven, individuals are identified by first names and initials only. Excerpts from the latest issue are always available online. You can subscribe to The Forum online or by mail.
Study of these Steps is essential to progress in the Al-Anon program. The principles they embody are universal, applicable to everyone, whatever his personal creed. In Al-Anon, we strive for an ever-deeper understanding of these Steps, and pray for the wisdom to apply them to our lives. They represent a way of life appealing to all people of good-will, of any religious faith or of none.
We believe that the path followed through the steps, traditions and concepts of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous is our path to freedom from active alcoholism and drug addiction. We Do Recover! Countless thousands of people around the world have been restored to joyful living by practicing the principles embodied in Al-Anon's Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
We admitted we were powerless over alcohol — that our lives had become unmanageable. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him. Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.