Ahmad shares the crazy times he enjoyed drinking through to the day he planned his death and said goodbye to his son.
Being a dry drunk is both dangerous and lonely. Being a part of Alcoholics Anonymous is both a right and a privilege—to anyone that wants to quit drinking. Ahmad’s Experience, Strength and Hope will touch the newcomer and the old-timer with just the same amounts of wisdom.
“I never had a problem with alcohol until I tried to stop . . . I could stop, but I couldn’t stay stopped.”
“I remember praying to a god that I didn’t believe in.”
vol 142. Sobriety Date 12/12/2011 (Joseph R.)Joseph knew before and after his first drink where he was headed and he knew it
vol 141. Sobriety Date 1/1/2017 (Jack M.)Sober in his mid-twenties, Jack’s bottom wasn’t too terrible, but it was terribl
vol 140. Sobriety Date 3/5/2021 (Tim L.)Just 22 months into sobriety Tim has taken the program of Alcoholics Anonymous b
vol 139. Sobriety Date 12/23/2020 (Irving)If Irving can get sober . . . so can you! At 19 yrs. old, Irving attempted suici