About The AA Blog

This blog was created for the purpose of educating and providing various outllooks on Alcoholism and the progression of Alocoholics Anonymous.

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The AA Blog is a comprehensive site that provides the latest and most relevant addiction recovery information, which caters specifically to those who are actively in recovery or seeking to enter into recovery. Additionally, the AA Blog (theaablog.com) features in depth reviews of treatment centers across the country like Cliffside Malibu, as well as international recovery news and AA fellowship events and meeting information.

After having clicked through several articles and pages, it seemed that the AA blog does a really good job of providing thought provoking news while maintaining loyalty to the traditions of the AA 12 Steps Program. It was also clear to see that the AA Blog acts in serving the recovery community by providing scientific statistical information gathered from government websites and compiled in an easily accessible and simple-to-understand format. I was very surprised to see how active regular readers of the AA Blog were in consistently leaving their thoughts about the articles in the provided comment boxes.

I would recommend to anyone that is seeking helpful information on alcoholism and alcohol recovery to go check out the AA Blog on a regular basis. Nowadays it can be difficult to find reliable sources of information on the internet, but it seems to me that the AA Blog is dedicated to delivering such information on a daily basis to anyone in the recovery community.

From the blog

What You Need To Know Before Confronting Someone About Addiction

Reposted from Addiction Campuses, January 13, 2016 http://www.addictioncampuses.com/resources/addiction-campuses-blog/what-you-need-to-know-before-confronting-someone-about-addiction/ If you live with or love a person in active drug or alcohol addiction, you may have had your heart broken by the disease. Being a friend or family member of someone who struggles with addiction is excruciatingly painful. While drunk or high on drugs or pills, [...]

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