Voices of Women in AA – From The Grapevine
From The Grapevine, the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous, find inspiration from generations of courageous women devoted to sobriety and wellness.
Spanning the decades from the 1950s to the dawn of the 21st century, the editors of Grapevine have collected 61 personal stories, articles, and anecdotes by or about women who contributed to AA early in its history.
Covering a wide range of topics, including spirituality, sponsorship, life changes, relationships, family, careers and friendships, this unique and moving collection concludes with a chapter devoted to the power and comfort of women’s meetings.
Voices of Women in AA demonstrates the diverse ways that women dealing with alcoholism find sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous and live rich and rewarding lives.
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I enjoyed reading this book a little at a time each day. Great book and good for a literature meeting or personal reflection.
Truly inspirational for female alcoholics, and makes me as a female alcoholic feel more included and accepted.
I’ve been reading this with a bunch of sober women and it’s very interesting telling us about the history of AA concerning women’s involvement. There are some heart warming stories and all are helpful to remind us not to pick up that first drink!