I want to express my gratitude for the amazing opportunity to attend the Pre Conference Assembly this past weekend in Vernal. I was recently voted in as my home groups GSR and was excited for the opportunity not knowing everything it entailed. I have attended the monthly GSR meeting and learned valuable information for myself
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By the time I arrived at AA I had no doubt that I was an alcoholic. I arrived beaten down and willing to do whatever it took to stay sober. That meant doing the Twelve Steps to the best of my ability (though at the time my brain was so fried they made no sense
“Admitted we were powerless over alcohol that our lives had become unmanageable.” 1. Every “natural” instinct cries out against the idea of a personal powerlessness (defects of the thinking mind). 2. We perceive that only through utter defeat are we able to take our first step toward liberation and strength (making the admission we are
Greetings, Salt Lake Central Office! Spring comes again, and life quickens. The good thing about controversy is what it does to attendance at the business meeting. We were over 50 in March compared to 30 in February. The bad thing about controversy is that people get frightened, and frightened people do dangerous things. I’ll begin
All of us in recovery have to deal with various levels of sickness, from the common cold to life-threatening illnesses. One gift of sobriety is having a choice in how we deal with loss of our physical health. Our story began a few years ago when my husband was diagnosed with a very rare cancer.
48th Annual Pacific Region Alcoholics Anonymous Service Assembly 2015 PRAASA is held in Utah only once every 15 years and this past March was our year! 1,243 members attended! My name is Keeley, I’m an Alcoholic and the GSR for Sunday Morning Breakfast Meeting. I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to go to PRAASA! I learned
“For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority – a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.” In Alcoholic Anonymous there is no such thing as individual authority. No one member “directs” or “controls” the actions of the other members