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“AHA!” MOMENTS VIDEO SERIES

ESSAY proudly presents “AHA! Moments”, a series of videos that features an original installment for each issue of the ESSAY Magazine. Consisting of SA Stories of Discovery, and brought to life with sound effects, character voices, music and visual media, “AHA! Moments” promises to be a unique and insightful approach for carrying our message of recovery.

“Being ThereThe last in our “Aha!” Moments video series, “Being There” is the story of how one member stays sober while travelling… hundreds and hundreds of thousands of miles around the world!

What people are saying: “Awesome! I wish all members would watch this!”

“I’m going to show this to my online meeting–RIGHT NOW!”

“You saved the best for last!” ,“This video is just fantastic!! It excels all the others! It has so much wit and message in it.”, “Those last couple minutes were very clever–What a fun surprise!”, “THE LAST VIDEO???!!! I hope you don’t mean EVER!” Watch “Being There” and then learn more about other members’ stories of recovery in this month’s issue of the ESSAY magazine: “Sober Travel”!

If you have any suggestions for future videos or podcasts, please contact us at essay@sa.org.

 

“The Angry Therapist and the Oreo” Our video series continues with this story about a member who is confronted by a bitter mental health professional regarding SA’s sobriety definition. In response, the member’s defense utilizes other 12 Step Fellowships and a surprising—and inoffensive—-little cookie. 

 What people are saying: “Wow! Such a simple explanation!” “Wish I could have been there!” ,“I will definitely remember this in the future.” “Straightforward and ‘easy as pie’, or should I say ‘cookie’? :-)”

Watch “The Angry Therapist and the Oreo” and then learn more about other members’ stories of recovery in this month’s issue of the ESSAY magazine!

“THE JOY OF SERVICE.” — The fourth video in our “Aha!” Moments series tells how one member made a powerful—yet simple—connection between how much certain members were filled with joy … and how they viewed the importance of their service to the newcomer. Watch “The Joy of Service” and then learn more about other members’ stories of joy in this month’s issue of the ESSAY magazine!

The third video in our “Aha!” Moments series, “Best Friends” tells about a wonderful surprise that was discovered by one member in early sobriety. An unexpected and spontaneous best friendship evolved one day, when he decided to invite someone very special to play with him at the park.
Watch “Best Friends” and then learn more about other members’ stories of “Fun in Recovery” in this month’s issue of ESSAY!

This is not an official SA video. “Joe Starts a Meeting” is the 2nd installment of “Aha Moments”, ESSAY Magazine’s new video series. Different from our first video (about visiting a fellow member in prison), this one is an explainer video, showing specifically how one member started a meeting. If you’d like more information about how to start a meeting in your area, be sure to watch “Joe Starts a Meeting” and then contact SA’s Central Office to get you in touch with the right committees.
Sexaholics Anonymous International Central Office (SAICO)
E-mail: saico@sa.org
Phone: +1 615-370-6062

Be sure to check out our brand-new video, “But, for the Grace of God, Go I”, the FIRST in our NEW series, Essay Magazine’s “AHA! Moments”. This new series will feature an original video each issue of the Essay Magazine. Consisting of SA Stories of Discovery, brought to life with sound effects, character voices and music, “AHA! Moments” will all be enhanced using visual media.

This video is about a revelation that occurred to one of our members as he was visiting a friend in prison. Reviewers have said:
“Wow, it’s chilling, truthful, powerful and hits the nail right on its head.”
“Hard-hitting and riveting!”
“Very sobering video which left me feeling very grateful.”
“An excellent work with a jolting message”
“WOW!! Very powerful!”

This is not an official SA video. If you’d like to help “our friends in prison”, please write to: sacfc1@gmail.com

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