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What are some of the topics covered in an aa meeting?
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Dr. Jeff Blixt
Addiction Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Dealing with life!
Topics pertain to everyday life issues that somebody with alcoholism struggles with on there own and causes them to drink.
Dealing with feelings toward others, feeling of anger, loneliness, resentment, the list goes on. Learning how to forgive, relax without alcohol, letting go of problems and issues you don't have conrol over. It is a spiritual program, but not religious. Give it a try!

In brief: Dealing with life!
Topics pertain to everyday life issues that somebody with alcoholism struggles with on there own and causes them to drink.
Dealing with feelings toward others, feeling of anger, loneliness, resentment, the list goes on. Learning how to forgive, relax without alcohol, letting go of problems and issues you don't have conrol over. It is a spiritual program, but not religious. Give it a try!
Dr. Jeff Blixt
Dr. Jeff Blixt
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Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Addiction Medicine
In brief: Too many to count
Two general topics - people tell their stories, usually focussing on the recovery rather than the drinking, but talking about the harm it did them; secondly - the 12 steps of recovery are generally discussed.
In some "step" meetings they cover one step each meeting, others only the first 3 steps over and over. Other meetings are more discussion groups where support for sobriety is given.

In brief: Too many to count
Two general topics - people tell their stories, usually focussing on the recovery rather than the drinking, but talking about the harm it did them; secondly - the 12 steps of recovery are generally discussed.
In some "step" meetings they cover one step each meeting, others only the first 3 steps over and over. Other meetings are more discussion groups where support for sobriety is given.
Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Thank
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