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February Grapevine

Postby Karl R » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:27 am

hello, I'm Jack and I am an alcoholic, grateful to be a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous.
thank you for allowing me to serve.

Congratulations abrook!!
abrook is our January winner for the one year GV subscription
and has donated it to an inmate in the local correctional facility!
what an awesome display of carrying the message!
so even if you already receive the GV magazine, just think what it might mean to your Home Group,
sponsee, Drs. office, library etc and ENTER NOW!
thank you abrook for your thoughtfulness..........


it's now time to enter the February drawing!
Each month the e-AA Group gives away a FREE one year subscription to the Grapevine Magazine,
our meeting in print.
The drawing is free, so enter now http://www.e-aa.org/form_gv.php good luck!

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The February 2012 Grapevine is Here
In this month's special section, members share stories on sex, love and dating in sobriety
We've come a long way since the early days of AA, but one of the touchiest subjects subjects in sobriety still is—you guessed it—sex.
But our Big Book, which was written in the 1930s, is astonishingly clear.
It does not shy away from suggesting how we should address our problems with sex. Neither do Grapevine readers.
"We do not want to be the arbiter of anyone's sex conduct." —Bill W.Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
In this month's special section, members share stories on sex, love and dating in sobriety. Read more in the Editor's letter.
Special Section: Now About Sex
How to Fall in Love
It’s simple, once you know where to look
No More One Night Stands
A woman searches for her sexual ideal in sobriety
Confessions of a 13th Stepper
Ostracized and alone, a man with eight years finally finds help in the rooms
Do I Want to be Right … or Happy?
Rage made her leave the car, but her Higher Power brought her back
Don’t Rush Love
After a first sober relationship turned into disaster, she learned to listen to others
Steps and Traditions
Cut Me Off!
Step Two helped him stop convincing the bartender he could have another beer
A Tool, Not a Club
Seeing the Traditions as principles, rather than rules
Our Personal Stories
Drinking Buddies
Together they pounded ‘em back, until one day, one said no
From Princess to Pickle
The marriage was going OK until the booze took her away
Newcomers
Poison Arrow
A young woman describes her toxic nine-year love affair with booze
Sponsorship
Dumped
A hurtful email from a sponsee turns out to be a gift
Into Action
Now Hear This!
A drunk finds joy in helping the hearing-impaired find AA
Spiritual Awakenings
If This Is Prayer, It Isn’t so Bad
It can work, even if you don’t have a Higher Power
Emotional Sobriety
No More Dirty Dishes
One of the many gifts that AA has given her
In Every Issue
Dear Grapevine
AA News
At Wit’s End
Alcoholism at Large
thanks again for allowing me to serve,

Jack
GVR
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