Some new resources from various media
From The New York Times:
The Patriarchy of Alcoholics Anonymous - Women who drink too much need help. But we don't need to give up our power. (Holly Whitaker - NYT - 12/27/19)
From The Fix
Common Sense Recovery: An Atheist's Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous - Science Is Not a Four-Letter Word (The Fix - 12/20/19)
From The Temper
How to Successfully Leave 12-Step Meetings - Take charge of your recovery and thrive. (The Fix - 12/17/19)
LifeRing is a network of support groups for people who want to live free of alcohol, illicit and non-medically indicated drugs.
We encourage each member to create their own personal recovery program.
Our meetings are secular which means we focus on human relationships and individual efforts, in other words, things you can do for yourself and getting support from people and professionals who can help. Members of LifeRing achieve sobriety by applying some straightforward suggestions and by practicing common everyday skills.
If you want to get and stay clean and sober, you're welcome at LifeRing!