I’m simply a person like you. I don’t have any special experience or qualifications in alcohol abuse. I’m not a counselor, therapist, or psychologist. In the tradition of AA, I desire to remain anonymous. It doesn’t matter who I am. What matters is how our stories have a “common thread” that connects us. Together, we can help each other recover from alcoholism.
April IOCC April 8, 2009
Come learn about AA history as it relates to Step Eleven on Improve Our Conscious Contact.
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Author of 33 titles published about the history and successes of early A.A.
Dick B. is an active, recovered member of Alcoholics Anonymous; a retired attorney; and a Bible student. He has sponsored more than one hundred men in their recovery from alcoholism. Consistent with A.A.’s traditions of anonymity, he uses the pseudonym “Dick B.”
Alcoholics Anonymous : AA Speaker Tapes March 15, 2009
This website contains a collection of 321 Alcoholics Anonymous speaker tapes. I hope you will find them useful to your recovery. All 321 speaker tapes are free. You can listen to them online or download the mp3 speaker tapes to your computer.
The purpose of this website is to enhance one’s existing sobriety or program of recovery, not to replace it. This website is not AA, and does not represent Alcoholics Anonymous. If you are looking for AA, visit the Official Alcoholics Anonymous website.
Since the launch of this website (April 1st 2007), there has been 895,723 downloaded speaker tapes.
To get a complete listing of all 321 speaker tapes on this website click Show Me the AA Speaker Tapes
Now you can download the AA Speaker Tapes as Podcasts.