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


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1.
  ... friendly.  BB Working With Others, p.95
But point out that we alcoholics have much in common and that you would like, in any case, to be friendly.


2.
  ... friendly agreement about them.  BB The Family Afterward, p.131
This means trouble, unless the family watches for these tendencies in each other and comes to a friendly agreement about them.


3.
  Friendly hands had stretched out in welcome.  BB We Agnostics, p.53
Friendly hands had stretched out in welcome.


4.
  ... friendly little jokes about an alcoholic's drinking ...  BB To Employers, p.145
One instance comes to mind in which a malicious individual was always making friendly little jokes about an alcoholic's drinking exploits.


5.
  ... friendly people.  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxx
They are often able, intelligent, friendly people.


6.
  ... friendly relations with his children.  BB The Family Afterward, p.134
The alcoholic may find it hard to re-establish friendly relations with his children.


7.
  ... friendly talk about his alcoholic problem.  BB To Wives, p.111
This may lay the groundwork for a friendly talk about his alcoholic problem.


8.
  ... friendly talk your husband will usually revive ...  BB To Wives, p.112
If this kind of approach does not catch your husband's interest, it may be best to drop the subject, but after a friendly talk your husband will usually revive the topic himself.


9.
  ... friendly taxicab driver at the landing field ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.41
I have a shadowy recollection of being in an airplane bound for New York, and of finding a friendly taxicab driver at the landing field instead of my wife.


10.
  ... friendly to them.  BB Working With Others, p.97
You should continue to be friendly to them.


11.
  ... friendly warnings.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.37
He enjoys himself for a few years in spite of friendly warnings.


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