Wendall highlights the grace of his sobriety journey and with calm storytelling. Along with much effort on his part, the program of Alcoholics Anonymous has created an honorable man who lives today in gratitude and service.
“The man that I was, will drink again.”
“That was the beginning . . . I remember crying and looking up and going: God help me please; I don’t want to drink today.”
Referred by: Willie S. (vol. 129)
vol 176. 6/1/2016 (Heather K.)Exclusively an alcoholic, Heather shares her journey from a happy childhood, to
vol 175. 4/25/1986 (Robert P.)Even with decades of sobriety Robert speaks to the newcomer, like a newcomer, br
vol 174. 12/31/2019 (Tim S.)Tim’s alcoholism was a slow burn which expanded into a complete mental obsession
vol 173. 5/16/2010 (Hannah)Hannah works a strong program today, same as when she was a newcomer. And with t