The Men’s Working Recovery Bundle includes the primary study materials that men use in SAL meetings and for their own personal study.
- Sexaholics Anonymous (also known as The White Book)
- Step Into Action
- Alcoholics Anonymous (also known as The Big Book)
- Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (also known as the 12 & 12)
These books are also used in the Men’s 12-Step Curriculum Course.
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The White Book of SA
This is SA’s basic text, also called the White Book or manual. Covers the following: The Problem, The Solution, The Fellowship of Sobriety, and much more.
Step Into Action
Step Into Action initially was split into a multiple book set. It’s now been compiled into one book.
Step Into Action includes insights on all 12 Steps, shares from members of SA, and practical methods for working the 12 Step program.
All of this information comes from the experience of SA members.
The Big Book of AA
Alcoholics Anonymous (also known as the Big Book in recovery circles) sets forth cornerstone concepts of recovery from alcoholism and tells the stories of men and women who have overcome the disease.
The fourth edition includes twenty-four new stories that provide contemporary sharing for newcomers seeking recovery from alcoholism in A.A. during the early years of the 21st century.
Sixteen stories are retained from the third edition, including the “Pioneers of A.A.” section, which helps the reader remain linked to A.A.’s historic roots, and shows how early members applied this simple but profound program that helps alcoholics get sober today.
This fourth edition has been approved by the General Service Conference of Alcoholics Anonymous, in the hope that many more may be led toward recovery by reading its explanation of the A.A. program and its varied examples of personal experiences which demonstrate that the A.A. program works.
The 12 & 12
This basic text for AA members and groups around the world lays out the principles by which members recover and by which the fellowship functions.
Originally published in 1952, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions is the classic book used by AA members and groups around the world.
It lays out the principles by which AA members recover and by which the fellowship functions. The basic text clarifies the Steps, which constitute the AA way of life and the Traditions, by which AA maintains its unity.