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Member Blog 

Please share your Experience, Strength, and Hope 

The Al‑Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. Please share your experiences by commenting on any of the topics or Al‑Anon Legacies below. The opinions expressed here are strictly those of the person who gave them. Take what you liked and leave the rest. Member sharing on the Member Blog may be used in future Al‑Anon publications.

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What Al-Anon tools help me to understand how to set boundaries?

Please share your experiences by commenting on the topic below. The opinions expressed here are strictly those of the person who gave them. Take what you liked and leave the rest. Member sharing on the Member Blog may be used in future Al‑Anon publications.

This month we’re asking you to share on what Al-Anon tools help me to understand how to set boundaries?

Categories: Topic|10 Comments

Recovery Through The Steps


Step One

We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.

Please share your experience, strength, and hope as it relates to Step 1. The opinions expressed here are strictly those of the person who gave them. Take what you liked and leave the rest.

Categories: Steps|3 Comments

Unity Through The Traditions


Tradition One

Our common welfare should come first; personal progress for the greatest number depends on unity.

Please share your experience, strength, and hope as it relates to Tradition 1. The opinions expressed here are strictly those of the person who gave them. Take what you liked and leave the rest.

Categories: Traditions|2 Comments

Service Through The Concepts


Concept One

The ultimate responsibility and authority for Al‑Anon world services belongs to the Al‑Anon groups.

Please share your experience, strength, and hope as it relates to Concept 1. The opinions expressed here are strictly those of the person who gave them. Take what you liked and leave the rest.

Categories: Concepts|2 Comments