Like many communities in the United States, the small college town and resort community of Edinboro has a history of alcohol addiction. The borough, located in Erie County, Pennsylvania, has Alcoholics Anonymous meeting points in place to provide support to its residents who have drinking problems. The guiding principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are the popular 12 Steps and 12 Traditions methods. These methods have been replicated by many other support groups around the world including narcotics. They are explained in AA’s main governing literature – “The Big Book.” The ‘Personal Stories’ section of the book has been a significant source of inspiration to many people who are having difficulties with alcohol addiction. The first part of the book relates 10 stories from some of the earliest AA members that gained long-term sobriety after going through the program including the founders. The second part shares 17 stories of people who were having serious drinking problems but were spared from hitting rock bottom after attending AA meetings. The third part provides 15 stories from AA members who experienced terrible consequences due to an addiction to alcohol including hospitalization and institutionalization. If you live in the borough and is struggling with alcohol dependency, you can get inspiration from these stories by attending AA meetings in Edinboro alcoholics anonymous Pennsylvania.
Edinboro, Pennsylvania AA Meetings
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