Catchy AA Slogans: AA stands for alcoholics anonymous. It is a program that helps alcoholics to be educated and assists them to stop addiction to alcohol.
This program has helped so many people and saved thousands of lives.
Catchy AA Slogans
For most of history, Anonymous was a woman. You, Will, Be Amazed.
You Can Do This.
Wonderful Things Happen.
Willingness Is The Key!
We Are Only As Sick As Our Secrets.
Turn It Over.
This Too Shall Pass.
This Is The Way.
Think. Think. Think.
Stick With The Winners.
Sobriety Is A Journey, Not A Destination.
Save Your Soul.
One Day At A Time.
One Day At A Time.
No Pain No Gain.
More Will Be Revealed.
Live Life Not Lies.
Live In The NOW.
Live Easy. But Think First.
Life Is Waiting
Let Go And Let God.
Keep An Open Mind.
It Works! It Really Does.
It Works If You Work It.
If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done, You’ll Always Get What You’ve Always Got.
I Came. I Came To. I Came To Believe.
Guide Me In Recovery.
First Things First.
Easy Does It, But Do It!
Don’t Quite 5 Minutes Before The Miracle Happens.
Clean and Sober.
90 Meetings In 90 Days
Alcoholics Anonymous Slogans
Give time… Time
Take the cotton out of your ears and put it in your mouth
AA never opened the gates of heaven to let me in, AA did open the gates of hell to let me out
Faith is spelled …. A-c-t-i-o-n
Possibilities and miracles are one and the same
It isn’t the load that weighs us down… It’s the way we carry it
Let go of old ideas
Respect the anonymity of others
Slogans are wisdom written in shorthand
It takes the good and bad AA meeting… The good and bad AA talk …. To make this fellowship “work”
Accept your admission
Faith without works is dead
Fear is the darkroom where negatives are developed
You either is …. Or you ain’t
There is no magic in recovery only miracles
Trying to pray is praying
Don’t intellectualize, utilize
An AA meeting is where losers get together to talk about their winnings
When your head begins to swell your mind stops growing
Where you go …. There you are
If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere
Just for today
Minds are like parachutes… They won’t work unless they’re open
Remember nothing is going to happen today that you and God can’t handle
Call your sponsor before, not after, you take the first drink
If I think, I won’t drink. If I drink, I can’t think
You are exactly where God wants you to be
Easy does it
We’re responsible for the effort, not the outcome
Courage to change
Kiss—keep it simple stupid
AA will work if you want it to work
AA has a wrench to fit every nut that walks through a meeting room door
Active alcoholics don’t have relationships; they take hostages
Help is only a phone call away
AA may not solve all your problems but it is willing to share them
Faith is a lighted doorway, but trust is a dark hall
Be nice to newcomers… One day they may be your sponsor
The first step in overcoming mistakes is to admit them
Every recovery from alcoholism began with one sober hour
AA = altered attitudes
One alcoholic talking to another… One equals one
I drank: too much …. Too often …. Too long
Keep coming back… It works if you work it
AA spoils your drinking!!
Rule 62 …. Don’t take yourself so damn seriously!!
We had to quit playing god
Fear is the absence of faith
AA is a school in which we are all learners and all teachers
Each and every alcoholic, sober or not, teaches us some valuable lessons about ourselves and recovery
Anger is but one letter away from danger
Let it begin with me
Faith is our greatest gift; it’s sharing with others is our greatest responsibility
If you turn it over and don’t let go of it, you will be upside down.
Living in the here and now
Keep your sobriety first to make it last
More will be revealed
To be forgiven we must forgive
You can’t give away what you don’t have
Make use of the telephone therapy
Sober ‘n’ crazy
The road to sobriety is a simple journey for confused people with a complicated disease
I want what I want when I want it
When you are a sponsor, you get out of yourself. If I serve, I will be served
Time wasted in getting even can never be used in getting ahead
The formula for failure: try to please everyone
Go for it
Willingness is the key
Another friend of bill w.’s
Don’t drink, read the big book, and go to meetings
We’re all here because we’re not all there
Try to replace guilt with gratitude
There are 12 steps in the ladder of complete sobriety
Work the program from the waist up
Share your happiness
If it works …. Don’t fix it
Your big book is your sponsor too
If God seems far away, who moved?
To think own self be true
Stay sober for yourself
The time to attend a meeting is when you least feel like going
I can’t …. He can… I think I’ll let him (steps 1,2,3)
You are not required to like it, you’re only required to do it
The person with the most sobriety at a meeting is the one who got up earliest that morning
if you want to quit… That is AA’s business
Sobriety delivers everything alcohol promised
There is a god and I am not it
You will intuitively know
Pain is the touchstone of spiritual growth
AA is education without graduation
We in AA don’t carry the alcoholic; we carry the message
AA won’t keep you from going to hell, nor is it a ticket to heaven, but it will keep you sober long enough to make up your mind about which way you want to go!
Poor me… Poor me… Pour me another drink
Stick with the winners
God taught us to laugh again but god please don’t let us forget that we once cried
Don’t quit 5 minutes before the miracle happens
Do it sober
Willpower = our willingness to use a higher power
Keep the plugin the jug
When a person tries to control their drinking they have already lost control
But for the grace of god
Knowledge of “the answers” never made anyone slip—it was failing to practice “the answers” known
There are no atheists in foxholes
How does one become an “old-timer”? Don’t drink and don’t die!
You received without cost, now give without charge
Nothing is so bad, a drink won’t make it worse
Live in the now
I came; I came to; I came to believe (steps 1,2,3)
Have a good day unless of course, you have made other plans
Remember that alcoholism is incurable, progressive, and fatal
Why recovery never ends: the disease is alcoholism, not alcoholism!
Seven days without an AA meeting makes one weak
Easy does it, but do it
When we surrender to our higher power, the journey begins
The elevator is broken …. Use the steps
First, we stayed sober because we have to …. Then we stay sober because we are willing to …. Finally we stay sober because we want to…
First things first
Sick and tired of being sick and tired
The flip side to forgiveness is resentments
This is a selfish program
Don’t watch the “slippers” but watch those who don’t slip closely and watch them go through difficulties and pull through
Pass it on
Decisions aren’t forever
Look for similarities rather than differences
Be part of the solution, not the problem
Fear stands for frustration, ego, anxiety, resentment
There is no chemical solution to a spiritual problem
Let it begin with me
The road to disappointment (resentment) is paved with expectation
Man’s extremity is god’s opportunity
If you want to drink… That is your business
This too shall pass
Ego = edge god out
There are none too dumb for the AA program but many are too smart
We are not human beings having spiritual experiences; we are spiritual beings having human experiences
Danger sign: when your eyes have wandered from the alcoholics who still suffers and needs help …. To the faults of those whom the program has already helped
When wallowing in your self-pity …. Get off the cross, we need the wood
Faith is not belief without proof but trust without reservation
Every day is a gift that is why we call it the present
Remember your last drunk
Around AA or in AA?
Be as enthusiastic about AA as you were about your drinking
We AAs are ‘gifted’ people
Think … Think … Think …
When you do all the talking you only learn what you already know
Count your blessings
We all have another drunk left in us but we don’t know if we have another recovery in us
The 7 t’s …. Take time to think the thing through
When all else fails, follow directions
Practice an attitude of gratitude
One day at a time
The smartest thing an AA member can say is, “help me”
In a bar, we got sympathy – as long as our money lasted. In AA, we get understanding – for nothing!
I can’t handle it god; you take over
Even my worst day in sobriety is better than my best day drunk
Alcoholism is an equal opportunity destroyer
Sponsors: have one … Use one … Be one
Sorrow is looking back, worry is looking around
We are only as sick as our secrets
Anonymity is so important it’s half of our name
A journey of 1,000 miles begins with the first step
Get it …. Give it …. Grow in it
Act as if…
The will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you
Guilt is the gift that keeps on giving
Backsliding begins when knee-bending stops
Use the 24-hour plan
It’s in the book
Before you say I can’t …. Say I’ll try
We can be positive that our drinking was negative
The lesson I must learn is simply that my control is limited to my own behavior, my own attitudes
Take what you can use and leave the rest
If faith without works is dead; then willingness without action is fantasy
Some of us are sicker than others
To keep it, you have to give it away
It takes time
All you need to start your own AA meeting is a resentment and a coffee pot!!
H.a.l.t. = don’t get too hungry (h) or too angry (a) or too lonely (l) or too tired (t)
AA is not something you join, it’s a way of life
Before engaging your mouth, put your mind in gear!
Some people are so successful in AA that they turn out to be almost as good as they used to think they were when they were drinking
In AA we say a “coincidence” is a miracle in which God chooses to remain anonymous
When man listens, God speaks; when man obeys, god works
Try not to place conditions on your sobriety
Religion is for those who fear God; spirituality is for those who have been to hell and back
Dry and tighten up (financially)
Turn it over
Spirituality is the ability to get our minds off ourselves
Sobriety is a journey… Not a destination
Get out of the driver’s seat …. Let go and let god
Be careful what you pray for; you’re liable to get it
Slippers in AA use the RDP …. Revolving door policy
There are no coincidences in AA
Depression is anger toward inward
Don’t compare, identify
It works … It really does! (page 88, line 8 in the big book)
Let go and let god
No pain …. No gain
Share your pain
Keep coming back: KCB
The AA way of life is meant to be bread for daily use, not cake for special occasions
The results are in god’s hand
Keep right size
Courage is faith that has said its prayers
You will be amazed
Serenity is not freedom from the storm but peace amid the storm
It’s the first drink that gets you drunk
Principles before personalities
Live and let live
Bring the body and the mind will follow
The only thing we take from this world when we leave is what we gave away
Bend your knees before you bend your elbow
The 3 t’s of gratitude to repay AA for our sobriety: our time, our talent, our treasure
God is never late
Alcoholics heal from the outside in… But feel from the inside out
The task ahead of us is never as great as the power behind us
Keep an open mind
Alcoholism is the only disease that tells you you’re all right
One drink is too many and a thousand is not enough
You are not alone
If we don’t grow, we gotta go
It’s a pity we can’t forget our troubles the same way we forget our blessings
God will never give you more than you can handle
What goes around, comes around
The first step is the only step a person can work perfectly
Humility is our acceptance of ourselves
The 12 steps tell us how it works; the 12 traditions tell us why it works
AA is the highest-priced club in the world; if you have paid the dues, why not enjoy the benefits?
How = honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness
Trust God, clean house, help others
Change is a process, not an event
What you hear and see here, stays here
When all else fails, the directions are in the big book
God has no grandkids
90 meetings in 90 days …. 90/90
Slow but sure
God = good orderly direction
The price for serenity and sanity is self-sacrifice
Denial is not a river in Egypt!
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