Alcoholics Anonymous: Hispanic Women in A.A. share their experiences of hope and recovery

Before A.A., I lived a very sad life. Loneliness and drinking were my companions. I loved — or rather, I needed — to drink. It was an extraordinarily powerful but temporary “medicine.” …I came to A.A …I started listening to the stories and identifying. (Rosa)

NEW YORKOct. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The 15 stories contained in the most recent Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) recovery publication, “Hispanic Women in A.A.,” share the experience, strength and hope of a wide variety of Hispanic women, all of them alcoholics who found sobriety and a new way of life within A.A. The pamphlet was developed over the course of two years with a working group of Spanish-speaking A.A. women from around the country. Amalia C., a member of the A.A. General Service Board literature committee shared, “We called for personal stories reflecting both social and economic diversity. We wanted Hispanic women from any background to be able to identify.”

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