Boca Grande, Florida AA Meetings

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Boca Grande is known for its historic downtown area, blue water, sugar sand beaches, and world-class fishing. It may be a small residential community on Gasparilla Island in southwest Florida but it does have a number of residents who are struggling with a dependence on alcohol. However, these residents can rely on AA meetings in Boca Grande that were set up to provide needed assistance to anyone living in the community who are having difficulties in managing their drinking habit. AA is an abbreviation for Alcoholics Anonymous. The popular group support therapy has helped many people overcome their dependence on alcohol since its inception decades ago. AA’s guiding principles are the favored 12 Steps and 12 Traditions. These methods are so popular that they have been emulated by many other support groups. It is one of the reasons why AA is the largest alcohol addiction support group in the world. The 12 Steps and 12 Traditions are explained in detail in AA’s governing literature – the “The Big Book”. The Personal Stories section of the book, which details numerous stories about members who overcame alcohol addiction with the assistance of an AA program. It has been a major source of inspiration for people who want to flee the traps of alcohol addiction. This website also lists other AA meetings Florida.

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