Will shares his Experience, Strength and Hope; he gets real on his battle of relapse, job loss and brain cancer. Will demonstrates the beauty and peace of living life in sobriety by using the tools of Alcoholics Anonymous to maintain serenity.
"Alcohol was a daily thing, and it had totally taken over; it was constant thoughts of getting through the day so I could drink again."
"The only thing I did right [while relapsing], was I kept going back to meetings; I kept around long enough for the miracle to happen."
vol 161. 11/17/2006 (Elvira)Sober at 30 and raised in AA, the first 10 years of sobriety were rough on Elvir
vol 160. 12/17/2022 (Mike H.)Only a few months into sobriety Mike has a new way of life, a new way of thinkin
vol 159. 6/2/2020 (Christina P.)Christina grew up in a home where appearances were more important than reality –
vol 158. 10/22/2012 (Don S.)On the verge of homelessness with his Gucci slippers, Don still had ego hanging