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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions by Alcoholics Anonymous
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Jan 15, 12

Read in April, 1994

This is a book that has helped save so many lifes. A wonderful man and a wonderful message. This book I think needs to be discussed among a group to really understand it, one can not digest it`s full meanings without discussion with others. Thank you Bill :)
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Jason Bickford The twelve steps were plagiarized by Bill Wilson from the Oxford group. Bill never got sober, he just changed his drug of choice to sex with women in early recovery who weren't his wife. And there's the whole LSD binges he went on in the 60's and 70's until his wife and Dr. on had to stage an intervention. Bill Wilson wanted to hand out LSD at AA meetings. This is all clearly stated in his personal letters, for view at his house in VT. The man was a plagiarist, serial adulterer and a chronic relapses who lived a lie and died miserable.


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