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12 Steps & 12 Traditions – Pocket Edition
Softcover, pocket edition.
Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the first organizations to recognize the need for social support in ending alcohol addiction.
The founding principles of AA are called the 12 Steps, and programs that are based on AA are sometimes called 12-Step programs. The 12 Traditions are associated with the 12 Steps, and they were first officially published in 1946 in AA’s journal, the AA Grapevine. They were officially endorsed as positive cultural attitudes and principles that could bring about change within AA groups by the International Convention of AA, which met in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1950.
This book contains Bill W.’s 24 essays on the Steps and the Traditions, and the principles of individual recovery and group unity.