Renton, Washington AA Meetings

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Renton, a city in King County, Washington, has a long history of salmon fishing. It also has a history of alcohol addiction. The suburb of Seattle has Alcoholics Anonymous programs established in its community to help its residents who are struggling with a dependency on alcohol. Since its inception Alcoholics Anonymous or AA has developed a strong reputation. It has become the go-to group support therapy treatment technique for alcohol addiction in the United States. One of the primary reasons why it has turned out to be the gold standard format is due to its guiding principles – the 12-Steps and 12-Traditions. Both concepts are detailed in “The Big Book,” which is deemed the organization’s “bible.” The’ Personal Stories’ area of the book has inspired numerous attendees and members to strive for sobriety. Part one of the book details ten stories from early members of AA who overcame alcohol addiction after going through the program. Part two shares seventeen accounts of people who nearly “hit rock bottom” but were spared after joining AA. Part three details fifteen stories from previous AA members who were institutionalized and hospitalized due to alcohol dependency before regaining control of their lives after completing AA’s program. If you live in Renton and are seeking help for your drinking problems, you can find AA meetings near me Renton WA Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State on

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