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Hello, I am Andy Lee Graham a recovering alcoholic for 27 years. During the time I was a drunk, friends, family, counselors, and the self-help groups said, "Andy you have a thinking problem," and, sometimes in my confusion I would say, "can we be more specific?" Here are videos with specific solutions to "My Thinking Problems." Donate
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You are on a website that defines behaviors of alcoholics, or wanna be alcoholics. We are explaining the dysfunctional behavior of jacking people around.

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Self-objectification: the tendency to place the most value on your appearance instead of our other personal qualities.

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To be content, is to accept, often we show our dysfunctional nature by the refusal to accept children into our lives.

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One Day At a Time it the implied threat, you must live one day at a time, because there is no tomorrow.

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One thinking problem is when a person rethinks, dwells, or his or her brain refuses to make a decision.

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I listened the the book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, then had a semi-epiphany and decide sympathy had value.

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My Thinking Problems as related to a list of 12-Step Programs.

AA - Alcoholics Anonymous
ACA - Adult Children of Alcoholics
Al-Anon/Alateen, for friends and family members of alcoholics
CA - Cocaine Anonymous
CLA - Clutterers Anonymous
CMA - Crystal Meth Anonymous
Co-Anon, for friends and family of addicts
CoDA - Co-Dependents Anonymous, for people working to end patterns of dysfunctional relationships and develop functional and healthy relationships
COSA - Codependents of Sex Addicts
COSLAA - CoSex and Love Addicts Anonymous
DA - Debtors Anonymous
EA - Emotions Anonymous, for recovery from mental and emotional illness
EHA - Emotional Health Anonymous, for recovery from mental and emotional illness
FA - Families Anonymous, for relatives and friends of addicts
FA - Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
FAA - Food Addicts Anonymous
GA - Gamblers Anonymous
Gam-Anon/Gam-A-Teen, for friends and family members of problem gamblers
HA - Heroin Anonymous
MA - Marijuana Anonymous
NA - Narcotics Anonymous
NAIL - Neurotics Anonymous, for recovery from mental and emotional illness
Nar-Anon, for friends and family members of addicts
NicA - Nicotine Anonymous
OA - Overeaters Anonymous
OLGA - Online Gamers Anonymous
PA - Pills Anonymous, for recovery from presciption pill addiction.
SA - Sexaholics Anonymous
SA - Smokers Anonymous
SAA - Sex Addicts Anonymous
SCA - Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
SIA - Survivors of Incest Anonymous
SLAA - Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
Shopaholic - Compulsive buying disorder (CBD)
WA - Workaholics Anonymous