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Bob D. – AA Speaker – “The Triumph of Recovery from Alcoholism” NEW 2017

One of the best AA speakers of all time shares his moving and powerful story of recovery a couple months ago. I do not know what it is about Bob, but every time, every talk, there is always something poignant and useful I get from his talks. It is absolutely amazing how he just draws […]

Doug R. – AA Speaker – Hilarious recovery share – “Hope and Laughter” NEW 2017

Doug is a VERY funny AA speaker with a great sense of humor. This share from earlier this year had me rolling with laughter a few times as Doug was telling his awesome stories. I absolutely LOVE messages that are both hilarious and have a powerful story of recovery! Doug has wonderful sobriety and has […]

Polly P. – AA Speaker – “Emotional Sobriety and Inner Peace”

Polly P. is one of the best women AA speakers you will ever hear. In this share, the talks about emotional sobriety and how she was able to navigate trials and low spots in her early recovery, by thinking of others and taking action. Finding Usefulness I am they type of person who it is […]

Karl M., Clancy I., Peter M., Katie P. – AA Speakers – One of the BEST AA Workshops ever recorded!

This is a top notch lineup that includes many of the best AA speakers out there! This is an inspirational and powerful workshop and is sure to keep your attention for all eleven hours. Listed below are all the speakers in the order they appear. One of the cool things about this one is that […]

Clancy I. – AA Speaker – “Alcoholism: A Disease of Perception”

Bob said, “If your problem is alcohol, you’re wasting your time going to AA. We can’t help people like you.” I asked him, “What is the problem then?” He said, “There’s an answer for people who use alcohol as if it is the answer.” I told him that I had quit drinking hundreds of times […]


Journey Through AA’s First Three Steps (Part One)

In this series, we are attempting to look at the illness of alcoholism and its nature, in the manner that the Big Book presents it.  I am going to highlight what I think are the important points of each step.  We are going to be looking at it from two different angles.  The first, is […]

Dealing with your emotions while in active sobriety

Emotional sobriety was by the far the hardest for me to manage. I had already surrendered to the drink and the drug. By the graces of my god I never struggled with accepting I was an alcoholic or a drug addict, I realized that years ago. I just did not know how to stay sober. […]

Navigating Relationships in Recovery

Relationships for the normal person are both amazing and amazingly difficult. Relationships for the addict/alcoholic, are pretty much impossible. Did you ever hear people say, “You can’t give love if you don’t have love yourself?” It’s true, you cannot give away what you haven’t got. Period. An addict/alcoholic just simply does not have any room […]


David H. – Big Book Study – To Wives – Week 24 (Page 104 to Page 110)

Welcome back everyone for another amazing Big Book study filled with depth and weight. All too often, the wisdom and nuggets of truth in the Big Book chapter “To Wives” get missed or not focused on. Luckily, David H. brings to the table a refreshing perspective and leans on his experiences to examine this important […]

David H. – Big Book Study – Week 23 (Page 162 to Page 164)

The Big Book study concluded for now with the last part of a Vision for You. This has been such an incredible journey and David H. has done a masterful job breaking down the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Thank you so much David for you time and your dedication and this has already touched […]

David H. – Big Book Study – Week 22 (Page 97 to Page 161)

This week David H. covers a huge portion of the Big Book, as we go through 64 pages, and includes some information on the chapters that do not get as much attention such as “The Family Afterward, To Wives, and To Employers.” Some excellent insight on these “beautiful chapters with practical information” as David says. […]

David H. – Big Book Study – Week 21 (Page 89 to Page 97)

The chapter “Working With Others” in the Big Book is one of the most important and vital chapters. In fact, the Big Book dedicates an entire chapter to the 12th step and provides detailed suggestions in this area. In this masterful breakdown, David H. continues his brilliant insight and really highlights this critical part of […]

David H. – Big Book Study – Week 20 (Page 86 to Page 89)

Step 10 in the Big Book of AA is one of the most important sections. When we get sober, we have to adjust to a new way of living, a new routine, a new outlook on life. David H. does an incredible job of walking through daily practices that help us maintain our spiritual condition. […]