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


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1.
  ... social.  BB There Is A Solution, p.21
Yet let him drink for a day, and he frequently becomes disgustingly, and even dangerously anti-social.


2.
  ... social action; a new therapy based on ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


3.
  ... social, and religious.  BB There Is A Solution, p.19
Of necessity there will have to be discussion of matters medical, psychiatric, social, and religious.


4.
  ... social, and religious backgrounds.  BB There Is A Solution, p.17
All sections of this country and many of its occupations are represented, as well as many political, economic, social, and religious backgrounds.


5.
  ... social, business, or personal reason for going ...  BB Working With Others, p.101
Therefore, ask yourself on each occasion, "Have I any good social, business, or personal reason for going to this place?


6.
  Social distinctions, petty rivalries and jealousies -- these ...  BB A Vision For You, p.161
Social distinctions, petty rivalries and jealousies -- these are laughed out of countenance.


7.
  ... social engagements.  BB To Wives, p.105
We could make few social engagements.


8.
  ... social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.  BB Foreword to Fourth Edition, p.xxiii
When the phrase "We are people who normally would not mix" (page 17 of this book) was written in 1939, it referred to a Fellowship composed largely of men (and a few women) with quite similar social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.


9.
  ... social instinct, if men cared nothing for ...  12&12 Step Four, p.42
If there were no social instinct, if men cared nothing for the society of one another, there would be no society.


10.
  ... social life of this world.  BB Working With Others, p.102
Now you are getting back into the social life of this world.


11.
  ... social lubricant.  BB To Wives, p.110
We know all about liquor as a social lubricant.


12.
  ... social pioneering which forged a new instrument ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


13.
  ... social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


14.
  ... social sense, we still suffered many of ...  12&12 Step Five, p.57
But we soon discovered that while we weren't alone any more in a social sense, we still suffered many of the old pangs of anxious apartness.


15.
  ... social stigma associated with this condition is ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


16.
  ... social usage!"  12&12 Tradition Nine, p.174
They won't grow up and conform to social usage!"


17.
  ... social worker who understood what alcohol could ...  12&12 Tradition Eight, p.170
A city wanted an experienced social worker who understood what alcohol could do to a family.


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