Such transformations do not come quickly nor do we find them particularly easy. The change we must undergo requires a new way of living which, at first can seem impossible to men and women who have lived lives of secrecy, guilt and shame due to alcoholism.
That is where our Fellowship steps in. It is because of the People, the Power and the Programme that thousands of us have been able to come out of the darkness and begin living changed lives.
This month of June brings with it also a change for Roundabout: a new design for the front cover along with a QR code on the back which, if scanned, takes you directly to a web page on the AA GB website selected by the Editor.
Also, within this issue is our first article from one of our Roundabout Liaison Officers who shares how service has enhanced his sobriety as well as a cartoon found in an issue of the magazine from 1981 which has been restored and brought back to life - just like us
2 Sub-Committee Notice Board
4 The Group
6 Stick With The Winners
7 Every Day Is A School Day
9 The Welcome Was Overwhelming
11 Trust The Process
12 My Journey Into Service
i-iv Diary And Service Pages - June 2019
13 The Roundabout Interview
16 Paul's Story My Wife - The Alcoholic
17 I Never Drank Successfully
19 Two Girls
21 That Was The Week That Was
23 Roundabout Subscription Form
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