Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Random Big Book " Alcoholics Anonymous"




"When working with a man and his family, you should take care not to participate in their quarrels. You may spoil your chance of being helpful if you do. But urge upon a man's family that he has been a very sick person and should be treated accordingly. You should warn against arousing resentment or jealousy. You should point out that his defects of character are not going to disappear over night. Show them that he has entered upon a period of growth. Ask them to remember, when they are impatient, the blessed fact of his sobriety." ~Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition, Working With Others, pg. 100

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