YPAA – The Power of the Group

I am lucky enough to have started a little tradition study with a few of my fellow AA’s. Last month we discussed Tradition Four: “Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole.” So when this offer to share on YPAA as a part of greater AA arrived, […]

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Public Information Committee – We’re here to serve you!

In our continued efforts to provide more service to AA members, groups, and intergroups across the Continental European Region, the Public Information Officer (PIO) is working closely with the Young Persons Liason Officer (YPLO), Health Liason Officer (HLO), and the Regional Armed Services Liason Officer (RASLO). You can find goals from each officer and how […]

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AA Inspiration in Berlin

 AA Inspiration from the 12th Annual International Berlin Convention I am Carina and I am an alcoholic. Just recently in August, I attended the 12th Annual International AA Convention in Berlin and am eager to share my experience with you. First of all, I am so grateful that there are people who were willing to do […]

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Love . . . here?

Hi, I’m Jamie B. and I’m an alcoholic. When I first came into AA, everything to do with me looked good on the outside. I had a job, a car, a place to live, but I was spiritually and emotionally bankrupt. I had nothing going for me, I had no idea how to talk to people […]

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On the Road to Recovery

My name is Matt, and I am an alcoholic. I always knew there was something very special about alcohol, and I quickly became fixated with it even as a child. But it wasn’t until years later that I really got to see just what alcohol could do for me and just how powerful it was. […]

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