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From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


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1.
  ... extreme and become almost miserly.  12&12 Step Twelve, p.120
In our drinking time, we acted as if the money supply was inexhaustible, though between binges we'd sometimes go to the other extreme and become almost miserly.


2.
  ... extreme and settled for the bottle and ...  12&12 Tradition Six, p.156
We are all perfectionists who, failing perfection, have gone to the other extreme and settled for the bottle and the blackout.


3.
  ... extreme case.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.37
You may think this an extreme case.


4.
  ... extreme difficulties, he would return to us ...  12&12 Step One, p.23
After a few such experiences, often years before the onset of extreme difficulties, he would return to us convinced.


5.
  ... extreme, doesn't care for this prospect -- unless ...  12&12 Step One, p.24
No, the average alcoholic, self-centered in the extreme, doesn't care for this prospect -- unless he has to do these things in order to stay alive himself.


6.
  ... extreme drunkenness, kept me out of those ...  BB Bill's Story, p.3
There had been no real infidelity, for loyalty to my wife, helped at times by extreme drunkenness, kept me out of those scrapes.


7.
  ... extreme, ever hoping that one day our ...  BB To Wives, p.105
Some of us veered from extreme to extreme, ever hoping that one day our loved ones would be themselves once more.


8.
  ... extreme example of self-will run riot, though ...  BB How It Works, p.62
They arise out of ourselves, and the alcoholic is an extreme example of self-will run riot, though he usually doesn't think so.


9.
  ... extreme, he can become a miser, or ...  12&12 Step Four, p.43
Going to the extreme, he can become a miser, or even a recluse who denies himself both family and friends.


10.
  ... extreme judgments.  12&12 Contents (Step Eight), p.7
Avoiding extreme judgments.


11.
  ... extreme judgments, both of ourselves and of ...  12&12 Step Eight, p.82
We should avoid extreme judgments, both of ourselves and of others involved.


12.
  ... extreme medical importance; because of the extraordinary ...  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxv
These facts appear to be of extreme medical importance; because of the extraordinary possibilities of rapid growth inherent in this group they may mark a new epoch in the annals of alcoholism.


13.
  ... extreme to do so.  BB Working With Others, p.90
Then let his family or a friend ask him if he wants to quit for good and if he would go to any extreme to do so.


14.
  ... extreme to do so, you may suggest ...  BB To Employers, p.142
After satisfying yourself that your man wants to recover and that he will go to any extreme to do so, you may suggest a definite course of action.


15.
  ... extreme to extreme, ever hoping that one ...  BB To Wives, p.105
Some of us veered from extreme to extreme, ever hoping that one day our loved ones would be themselves once more.


16.
  ... extreme, we had wallowed in emotionalism and ...  12&12 Step Two, p.32
Or, going to the other extreme, we had wallowed in emotionalism and had mistaken it for true religious feeling.


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