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Stools and Bottles

Stools and Bottles

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Stools and Bottles offers penetrating insights into the first four Steps from a well-known A.A. talk. The author, who also wrote The Little Red Book, describes a three-legged stool, the legs of which represents Steps One, Two, and Three. They support the seat, which symbolizes the alcoholic. An excellent aid to the daily application of the A.A.

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Stools and Bottles offers penetrating insights into the first four Steps from a well-known A.A. talk. The author, who also wrote The Little Red Book, describes a three-legged stool, the legs of which represents Steps One, Two, and Three. They support the seat, which symbolizes the alcoholic. An excellent aid to the daily application of the A.A. program.

An old-time classic!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780894860270
Publisher:
Hazelden Publishing
Publication date:
09/28/1987
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
461,768
Product dimensions:
3.25(w) x 5.63(h) x (d)

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Stools and Bottles 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
petecrn More than 1 year ago
I have been working as an RN since 92. My love may have been ER but I have been in mental health and substance abuse since the beginning and it has been my bread and butter for several years now. This is the book I recommend to friends when they ask about a loved one problem with alcohol and how they can help. The truth is that you cannot stay in treatment forever. You have to return to the world and a good connection with the 12 step group is really the only thing that lasts over time. (I have friends who have not had a drink in 30 and 40 years) This little book really lays out a way to start out on a sane sober life with a solid base. The daily reminders are super. I have given out probably 30 of these over the years. Some have helped. Some have not. We just have to keep trying to help.
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