Bill W.

A Quote by Bill on alcoholics anonymous, the big book, recovery, twelve steps, and bill w

"My schoolmate visited me, and I fully acquainted him with my problems and deficiencies.  We made a list of people I had hurt or toward whom I felt resentment.  I expressed my entire willingness to approach these individuals, admitting my wrong.  Never was I to be critical of them.  I was to right all such matters to the utmost of my ability."  __Bill Wilson

Bill Wilson

Source: c. 1939 AAWS, Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill's Story, p 13.

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A Quote by Bill on alcoholics anonymous, the big book, recovery, twelve steps, and bill w

 
"My drinking assumed serious proportions, continuing all day and almost every night.  The remonstrances of my friends terminated in a row and I became a lone wolf.  There were many unhappy scenes in our sumptuous apartment. There had been no real infidelity, for loyalty to my wife, helped at times by extreme drunkenness. Kept me our of those scrapes.

Bill Wilson

Source: c.1939, AAWS, Alcoholics Anonymous, "Bill's Story", p. 3

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