Anonymous, not alone

  • | Wednesday | 14th August, 2019

“My husband used to tell me that I should not drink but I would not listen to him. Not even my child, who was then with my mother,” said Bharathi, who is an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Bengaluru chapter, which is celebrating its 55th anniversary on August 25 at St Joseph’s Auditorium, Museum Road. This continued for a year till my brother one day asked my mother to ask me to join the AA programme. “I have been sober from the time I joined AA,” said Ashwini, who works as a freelancer. I joined the programme six years ago and have been sober since then, I attend the meetings regularly.

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