First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery PodcastsScot2018-12-06T10:27:46-05:00
My sister Kris is 18 months older than I am and was truly my best friend throughout childhood. We grew up in the country and built forts, played
When I entered the rooms of Al‑Anon years ago I felt like a frightened little girl. I gathered the courage to walk into the rooms by first listening
Outreach to the Public/Media Newspapers, television, radio, and the World Wide Web are all means of carrying the Al-Anon/Alateen message to families and friends of alcoholics. Through public
This is a series of podcasts recorded as a quick "Introduction to Al‑Anon Meetings."
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 1) Why did we come to Al‑Anon?
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 2) Did we cause our loved one to drink? If we are not the ones with the drinking problem, why are we talking
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 3) What do we mean when we say our lives became unmanageable? Does it mean we will always feel angry or sad or
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 4) Why did I feel afraid to go to my first Al-Anon meeting? Isn’t the drinking somebody else’s problem?
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 5) How did I feel at my first Al‑Anon meeting?
"Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting" podcasts: 6) What is the First Step in Al‑Anon?
Did You Grow Up Living With an Alcoholic? Are You a Teenager Living With an Alcoholic? One in four children under age 18 in the United States
Julie, an active Al-Anon member shares her experiences dealing with alcoholism in loved ones, and how Al-Anon helped. Locate an Al-Anon meeting Please select from the following tags to
Ann, Linda and Betty, all active Al-Anon members, discuss what they expected to find at their first Al-Anon meeting? How to locate an Al-Anon meeting Please select from
Welcome to First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected