Have you experienced danger?

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Maggie, Corrie, Jack, and Jane are with us today. All are active Al-Anon members. They are willing to talk about dangerous situations they or their chidren have experienced due to someone else’s drinking.

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Al-Anon helps during the holidays

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Janie, Ernie, and Frances are with us today. All are active Al-Anon members. They are willing to talk about how Al-Anon helped them deal with drinking during the holidays.

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What do you wish you knew about Al-Anon?

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Renee, Paula, Dick, and Edith are with us today. All are active Al-Anon members. They are willing to talk about what they wish they knew before they came to their first Al-Anon meeting.

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How do you deal with unacceptable behavior?

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Pam, Anna, and Betty are with us today. All are active Al-Anon members who are willing to talk about how they deal with unacceptable behavior.

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One Day at a Time in Al-Anon

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Lorraine, Art, and Eileen are with us today. All are active Al-Anon members who are willing to talk with us about one of the basic principles of the Al-Anon program.

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How do you feel about family secrets?

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Welcome to “First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery” from Al-Anon Family Groups.  This podcast will discuss a professional’s concern for families who have been affected by a loved one’s drinking.

Colleen Hillock is with us today.  Colleen is  Coordinator and faculty member in the Bachelor of Health Science and Addiction Counseling Program at Medicine Hat College in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

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What do you think about anger?

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Welcome to First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery from Al-Anon Family Groups. This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Today we have with us a young woman who is a wife, a mother, a school teacher, and a member of Al-Anon Family Groups. She has agreed to talk with us about anger.

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What is the First Step in Al-Anon?

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Welcome to the last of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings. Future podcasts will introduce important Al-Anon topics.

Today’s participants will introduce themselves by their first name and tell us what the First Step in Al-Anon is. If they choose to, they may share what the Twelve Steps of Al-Anon have done for them.

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How did I feel at my first Al-Anon meeting?

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Welcome to First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery from Al-Anon Family Groups.  This is a series of podcasts to discuss some common concerns for people who have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Al-Anon’s primary purpose is to help families and friends of people who have a drinking problem.  Today we’re going to ask Al-Anon members how they felt when they attended their very first Al-Anon meeting.

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Introduction

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to
Al-Anon meetings.

How does an Al-Anon meeting work? What must we do to participate? How do we know if Al-Anon has anything to offer us?

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