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16 Steps for Discovery and Empowerment, Charlotte Kasl

Charlotte Kasl, author of Many Roads, One Jouney, a critique of the limitations of the 12 steps, came up with a sixteen step process for discovery and empowerment (listed below).  You can check out her website for more information here: … Continue reading

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Deprogramming

Like I have said elsewhere on this blog, some people do less time for murder than I was in AA.  Some people serve less time in the military than I was in AA.  Some people are married less time than … Continue reading

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The Everyday Sexism Project

Women leaving AA often need to reconnect with what constitutes sexism.  It is so prevalent in AA and it is so dressed up in the ‘offender’, apologist, patriarchal language of AA that sometimes its helpful to connect with women who … Continue reading

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www.leavingaa.com

A great site for those leaving AA is the excellent website by writer, film maker and activist ‘Massive’ called http://www.leavingaa.com With excellent short essays, and a very active forum, it’s a great place to get your head straight and to … Continue reading

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Charlotte Kasl

If you are in AA and you are not sure, or you think you belong there but you have some questions, then I’d really recommend you look into the writings of Charlotte Kasl.  Her book, Many Roads One Journey (which … Continue reading

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