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AlAnon One Day At A Time Community Group
This is a group for families and friends affected by someone elses drinking.
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Responsibilities - Ques. 11- 15
11. Do I share the sober alcoholic's gratitude for the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous?
12. Do I respect the anonymity of all AA, Al Anon, and Alateen members?
13. Do I make an effort to be at meetings even when I don't feel like going?
14. Can I see the value in actively participating in meetings?
15. Do I give my time, ideas, and financial support to my home group?
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11 NA to the alcoholic in my direct life, who is no longer a daily part of my life. However, through the double dippers attending alanon, I have certainly learned respect for sobriety. From my own recovery and healing, I am grateful for the 12 Steps, which transformed my life.
13--I have learned that particularly when I do not feel like it, I need to be there!
14 We are so tiny here! Just 3 of us so not participating is not really an option! If you show up, it is hard to not share and speak.
15 Yes, I chaired the group and found the readings for over one year. A few months ago, I realised that I was getting burned out and asked someone else to do that. About once a month, I prepare the readings but at least I am not the sole person doing it any more.
Good for you Karenhopeful for sharing the responsibilities.
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