Drop your links to your favourite speaker tapes here. I would love to listen.
joe and charlie
Anything on step 3! I have never heard a bad one on this. And I have listened to quite a few
I just listened to this and it’s so effing funny. Thanks for sharing.
My late sponsor gave me a couple tapes i used to listen to them on my way to work on my walkman shows how long ago that was lol Ray O’ Keffe and Clarence Snyder , still got the walkman
@Bootz those are also some of my favorites. My therapist recommend Adam T to me
How do I save these to this app?
Morning @Bootz, I hope things are going good today~!
If you press the three dots to the left of the reply button, there is a button that allows you to bookmark posts for easy access later. Hope that helps.
Bumping this up for those who can’t get out to a meeting for any reason and want to hear the message. Speaker tapes have saved my butt many times, including today.
Please include links for any suggestions
Teresa F. From LA
Yaaasssss. She is .
A really awesome young person who got sober at 19. Covers a lot of the steps and emotional sobriety.
I’d love to revive this topic. Could be very helpful during the Holidays. Listening to Tom W on my walk today restored me to sanity.
I shifted my morning anger and not talking to my wife, to depression. I wanted to go out for a walk and listen to some music but I remembered something Tom W. Said.
“It doesn’t work if you work it. It works if you let it.”
So I thought I’d Google him and sure enough he has quite a few talks. And after listening to this one I feel much better already.
If anyone else has some good speakers, especially with a bit of humor. I think they all do. Please share. I’d love to see this thread grown.
This is an old one, but funny and with a good step three message. XA-speakers.org is a great resource, sorted by all kinds of addiction topics, not just AA
Also Bob D. which is also in the above link.
Joe Hawk is my personal favorite though.
Gotta love that old school AA! When people were blaming the pandemic on their drinking, I was blessed by necessity when my local shut down to find the Pacific Group online. I know they’re controversial, but they get people sponsored and recovered, and for that I am forever grateful
I had been to a meeting or two at the Pacific group(Late 80s), I believe it was for speaker meetings.I believe I bought my first speaker tape(Clancy I.) there.
My first 5 years of sobriety were in the Southern Cal. region.
San Diego year 1 then Long Beach years 2-5. WOW you brought back some good memories.Thanks Bootz
Liked Clancy ,and Clarence Synder , Ray o’ Keefe
This is the speaker tape of Lyle P., whose story is in the 4th edition BB, p. 522-530. It includes a story about his adopted daughter which is not in the BB, which I think is among the most alcoholic stories of rage and resentment that I’ve ever heard… Enjoy