Recently at a meeting I attended, the topic was hope. The Chairperson shared her thoughts on what hope meant to
I have been in Al‑Anon for a little over 20 years, and I keep coming back because of the transparency
“I am so grateful to have the program to pull out and use in any situation.” I lived with my
“The one thing I really learned was not to feel sorry for the alcoholic.” I spent most of my time
I came out of retirement when Child Protective Services took my granddaughter away from my son for the third time.
When I came to Al‑Anon, I was angry and frustrated about so many things. Guilt motivated most of my behavior.
An interview with Jerry Moe, National Director of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Jerry speaks about the effects of a parent’s, or
Thinking back to my first Al‑Anon meetings, I remember how hard I tried to change my teenage son who had
Since coming to Al‑Anon 25 years ago, not much has changed with my son, but much has changed in my
Ann, Linda and Betty, all active Al-Anon members, discuss what they expected to find at their first Al-Anon meeting? How