Alcoholism and addictions are family diseases. Living with the effects of someone else’s drinking or drugging is too devastating for most people to bear without help. In Al-Anon and Naranon we learn individuals are not responsible for another person’s disease or recovery from it. We let go of our obsession with another’s behavior and begin …∞
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I craved freedom. First, freedom to drink; later, freedom from drink. The A.A. program of recovery rests on a foundation of free choice. There are no mandates, laws or commandments. A.A.’s spiritual program, as outlined in the Twelve Steps, and by which I am offered even greater freedoms, is only suggested. I can take it …∞
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