It’s easy to get wrapped up in your own problems and forget that others are dealing with their own struggles.
Today, take a few minutes to reflect on the challenges faced by alcoholics and be grateful for the progress you’ve made in your own sobriety. Remember that we’re all in this together, and support is always available when we need it. Have a great day!
Daily Reflections July 28
Let us resist the proud assumption that since God has enabled us to do well in one area we are destined to be a channel of saving grace for everybody. A.A. COMES OF AGE, p. 232
Alcoholics Anonymous is a self-help organization for people who are struggling with alcohol addiction.
Its goal is to provide support, guidance, and understanding in order that they can find sobriety; this means the group provides safety so addicts don’t feel alone or isolated while fighting their own personal demons.
A large number of AA groups exist worldwide because there has been significant documentation showing how effective it actually could be when treating mental health conditions like depression/anxiety disorders too!
A.A. groups exist to help alcoholics achieve sobriety and live a life free of addiction. The alcoholic needs the support of other addicts who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to recover from alcoholism.
If you are an alcohol addict looking for sobriety, please reach out to us at our local group meetings or online chat rooms where we can provide you with the necessary tools needed for recovery!