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


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1.
  ... treatment.  BB To Employers, p.144
We suggest you draw the book to the attention of the doctor who is to attend your patient during treatment.


2.
  ... treatment.  BB To Employers, p.145
In another case, an alcoholic was sent to a hospital for treatment.


3.
  ... treatment a waste of effort, unless I ...  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxxi
Following his physical rehabilitation, he had a talk with me in which he frankly stated he thought the treatment a waste of effort, unless I could assure him, which no one ever had, that in the future he would have the "will power" to resist the impulse to drink.


4.
  ... treatment about to be undertaken, will never ...  BB To Employers, p.143
While on the subject of confidence, can you adopt the attitude that so far as you are concerned this will be a strictly personal matter, that his alcoholic derelictions, the treatment about to be undertaken, will never be discussed without his consent?


5.
  ... treatment, and A.A. is by far the ...  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.570
Dr. John F. Stouffer, Chief Psychiatrist, Philadelphia General Hospital, citing his experience with A.A., said: "The alcoholics we get here at Philadelphia General are mostly those who cannot afford private treatment, and A.A. is by far the greatest thing we have been able to offer them.


6.
  ... treatment, but we believe it should be ...  BB To Employers, p.143
If you propose such a procedure to him, it may be necessary to advance the cost of treatment, but we believe it should be made plain that any expense will later be deducted from his pay.


7.
  ... treatment for alcoholism."  BB A Vision For You, p.157
Said one of the visitors, "We're giving you a treatment for alcoholism."


8.
  ... treatment he acquired certain ideas concerning a ...  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxv
In the course of his third treatment he acquired certain ideas concerning a possible means of recovery.


9.
  ... treatment he will be able to get ...  BB To Employers, p.142
If he says yes, does he really mean it, or down inside does he think he is fooling you, and that after rest and treatment he will be able to get away with a few drinks now and then?


10.
  ... treatment is but a small part of ...  BB To Employers, p.143
If your man accepts your offer, it should be pointed out that physical treatment is but a small part of the picture.


11.
  ... treatment is desirable, even imperative.  BB To Employers, pp.142-143
For most alcoholics who are drinking, or who are just getting over a spree, a certain amount of physical treatment is desirable, even imperative.


12.
  ... treatment my brain cleared.  BB Bill's Story, p.7
Under the so-called belladonna treatment my brain cleared.


13.
  ... treatment of alcoholic and drug addiction.  BB A Vision For You, pp.161-162
In one of these there is a well-known hospital for the treatment of alcoholic and drug addiction.


14.
  ... treatment of alcoholism for many years.  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxv
I have specialized in the treatment of alcoholism for many years.


15.
  ... treatment of their cases will pay dividends.  BB To Employers, p.141
Your understanding treatment of their cases will pay dividends.


16.
  ... treatment or outside help.  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.569
Dr. Harry M. Tiebout, psychiatrist: "As a psychiatrist, I have thought a great deal about the relationship of my specialty to A.A. and I have come to the conclusion that our particular function can very often lie in preparing the way for the patient to accept any sort of treatment or outside help.


17.
  Treatment seemed wise, for I showed signs ...  BB Bill's Story, p.13
Treatment seemed wise, for I showed signs of delirium tremens.


18.
  ... treatment should, of course, be referred to ...  BB To Employers, p.143
The matter of physical treatment should, of course, be referred to your own doctor.


19.
  ... treatment which will make alcoholics of our ...  BB More About Alcoholism, p.30
Neither does there appear to be any kind of treatment which will make alcoholics of our kind like other men.


20.
  ... treatment will not be mentioned.  BB To Employers, pp.147-148
If you take it, your past will be forgotten and the fact that you went away for treatment will not be mentioned.


21.
  ... treatment with unusual confidence.  BB There Is A Solution, p.26
Though experience had made him skeptical, he finished his treatment with unusual confidence.


22.
  ... treatment with which we are familiar, permanently ...  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxx
It has never been, by any treatment with which we are familiar, permanently eradicated.


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