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AA in Suffolk


This area of our website is intended for AA members.


Above us floats a banner on which is inscribed the symbol for AA, a circle enclosing a triangle. The circle stands for the whole world of AA, and the triangle stands for AA's Three Legacies of Recovery, Unity, and Service. 

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"We were having trouble with personal relationships, we couldn't control our emotional natures, we were a prey to misery and depression, we couldn't make a living, we had a feeling of uselessness, we were full of fear, we were unhappy, we couldn't seem to be of real help to other people" – BB p. 52

"So we think cheerfulness and laughter make for usefulness. Outsiders are sometimes shocked when we burst into merriment over a seemingly tragic experience out of the past. But why shouldn't we laugh? We have recovered, and have been given the power to help others." – BB p. 132



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AA Links

The big book, 12 x 12, and many other ways to hear about the steps of alcoholics anonymous, and the solution of recovery are widely available, below are some links.

Literature is available at local meetings.

Daily Reflections

Link to Daily reflections

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reference and search guide for AA literature

The Big Book

Link to the Big Book

Everythin AA App

Link to app for Android

search for everything AA  on the iTunes store

12 x 12

Link to the 12 steps and 12 traditions

AA Speakers

Link to some AA Speakers on youtube

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