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


December 1, 2019 by The Point
On Christmas Eve 2018, I woke up to my husband having a stroke ... The first miracle was to get him to agree to go to the hospital

December 1, 2019 by The Point
“Truly a gem in San Francisco. It’s one of the oldest landmarks and a real Zen place to meditate and pray.” This Lyon Street meditation meeting is a chance to reconnect with A.A.'s origins

December 1, 2019 by The Point
I got sober almost 9 years ago with no idea how to be a grownup ... to do the right thing even when no one is looking. In other words, learning how to be a decent human being

December 1, 2019 by The Point
As I drank myself into a corner, ran out of options and desperately searched for answers, something told me to read the book Alcoholics Anonymous. I found stories from people who had overcome so many things

December 1, 2019 by The Point
My sponsor and I wanted to identify a 12-step activity that would be a good fit. In the past, my ego had gotten over-involved ... I had to learn the difference between caregiving and being of service

December 1, 2019 by The Point
Subconsciously I think I have always known helping someone else, even if I was grouchy about it at the beginning, always wound up feeling good

December 1, 2019 by The Point
Faithful Fivers are A.A. members who graciously pledge to contribute at least $5 each month toward the support of Central Office. Faithful Fiver contributions go a long way in helping make our vital services possible.

December 1, 2019 by The Point

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