Bill W., also known as William Griffith Wilson, was the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), a community-based fellowship that helps individuals recover from alcoholism. He is also the co-author of 'The Big Book,' which outlines the principles and methods of AA and has been influential in the addiction recovery movement.
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1. AA Big Book
This book is a foundational guide for the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program and its 12-step method to overcome alcohol addiction. It offers detailed explanations of each step, personal stories of recovery, and advice on maintaining sobriety. The book also provides support and guidance for families and friends of alcoholics to understand the nature of addiction and how to assist in the recovery process.