“Reading recovery literature is another important tool of the program. It helps to educate, motivate, and inspire us. Reading recovery literature helps us learn how to stay sober and work a recovery program specifically tailored for us.” This does however assume you are literate and sighted, which is not always the case.
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How about you?
When you were new, what were you told to read?
How was it effective?
How did you use recovery literature, what were your routines?
What were some of your favorite titles when you were new?
What websites, blogs, or podcasts do you use in your recovery?
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Some of my books I have read
Big Book Commentary by Frank Dwyer
12 and 12
24 Hours a Day
How Alanon Works
Blueprint for Progress
Courage to Change
A New Pair of Glasses
Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers
As Bill Sees it
Drop the Rock
The Golden Key
Three scriptures foundational according to Dr. Bob
The Sermon on the Mount
The Book of James
1 Cor 13
Ever thought about the fact that the programs assumes you can read?
I knew a guy who was illiterate in the program
In aa we have a tradition where the introduction to the meeting includes readings from approved literature and is shared by different members
Ken could never participate in this
He couldn’t read the Big Book. But Ken could pray
He might be the most spiritual person I knew.
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What would you say to the new guy?