List of Al-Anon books:
The Dilemma of the Alcoholic Marriage
Al-Anon can help with the unique problems of alcoholic relationships. Members share experiences with applying the Twelve Steps to their relationships.
B-4: Indexed, soft cover. 100 pages.
With a new introduction, footnotes and appendix, the original text connects us with Al-Anon's roots. The hope that this book still offers the world is undeniable.
B-5: Indexed. 208 pages.
This Al-Anon classic offers inspirational daily readings relating Al-Anon philosophy to everyday situations.
B-6: Indexed. 376 pages.
Also in large print, see B-14.
The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions come alive through essays, personal reflections, and stories from Al-Anon members.
B-8: Indexed. 142 pages.
Al-Anon members share their understanding of prayer, letting go, fellowship, meditation, a Higher Power, and spiritual awakening.
B-11: Indexed. 269 pages.
Al-Anon members' personal stories reveal how applying specific Al-Anon principles helped them through life's difficult situations. It includes stories dealing with abuse, death, divorce, violence, infidelity and more.
B-15: Indexed, soft cover. 256 pages.
This collection of insightful daily reflections reveals the surprisingly simple things that can transform lives.
B-16: Indexed. 384 pages.
Also available in large print (B-17).
The family disease of alcoholism is discussed with courage and rigorous honesty, revealing the pain, recovering the past, and renewing hope for all of us.
B-21: Indexed. 302 pages..
Al-Anon's "basic book" reflects the shared wisdom of Al-Anon members today. The most comprehensive book on Al-Anon is excellent for personal and meeting study.
B-22: Indexed. 400 pages.
A guide for study of Al-Anon's three legacies. Chapters on each Step, Tradition, and Concept of Service include insightful text, poignant personal stories, and thought-provoking questions for group or individual study.
B-24: Indexed. 354 pages.
This insightful new daily reader is a collection of thoughts and meditations based on the sharing's of Al-Anon members who grew up with the family disease of alcoholism.
B-27: Indexed. 384 pages.
Also available in large print (B-28).
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