Monday, 16 July 2018

Big Book - Alcoholics Anonymous - GUTTER BRAVADO - p. 501

Alone and unemployable, he was given two options by the court, get help or go to jail, and his journey toward teachability began. I was born in a major Midwestern city at the tail end of the baby boom. My parents were not well-to-do, but they were employed and pursuing the American dream in the mid-1950’s. Dad was an ex-policeman who had put himself through law school and worked with banks and as a real estate broker. Mom had graduated from a well-known East Coast college, majoring in journalism, and moved west to marry my father and raise a family. Both were children of hard-working European immigrants. Big Book - Alcoholics Anonymous - GUTTER BRAVADO - p. 501

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