Monthly articles on recovery and fellowship written by members of A.A. in San Francisco and Marin.

Pride, Humility, Shame

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

The Golden Mean By Rick R. Defining the word humility was not an easy thing to do and it took a long time to settle on an understanding that put it to rest for me.

A Magnifying Glass

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

By Dee H.   I’ve gained a new lease on life I’ve learned to be serene  My magnifying glass doesn’t magnify  I’m focusing on the good things! Inversely proportional to my projections  My serenity sinks

Humbly Recognizing Our Shortcomings

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

Accessing Accessibility  By Anonymous    I've been in A.A. for years, and I love the San Francisco fellowship. This community means everything to me. I'm also immunocompromised and at high risk for COVID. As masks

Write Now

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

by Christine R. When it comes to writing, we can refer to our Big Book where the text reflects “putting pencil to paper.”  Phrases like this are here and in Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.

My Identity

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

By Aaone E. I was fearfully and wonderfully made, I was born to learn as I grow, while making mistakes! My feelings of insecurities left me dry, I will never overcome with a negative mind.

Boom Boom Room

By |June 28th, 2022|Archive|

Three phases of my disease By Bree L.   What it was Like I wasn’t much of a drinker, maybe a beer over a week. Then, at 21 I became legitimate and asked my father