When I first came around the tables, I thought that the right thing to do was make friends with ppl in the program. im not talking about just around the tables either. i have became involved with ppl on a personal level. i know whats going on in their lives to the extent that they are still drinking and snilviling that their life isnt changing. Is it wrong of me to cut all ties with ppl like this except around the tables? I know what the traditions say, but am i really obligated to talk to this person when all i want to really do is scream get your friggin head outta the bottle and fix the problem you have been complaining about for almost 2 years now? I have prayed for this person and will continue to do so but i feel that outside AA, i just cant handle her no more. I feel guilty cause i had to block her emails and she is telling me that i am hateful now. everytime we talk, we fight over whos opinion is right and whos is wrong. she will throw in my face that she has been around the tables since 1986 but still reeks of liquor from the night before. I needed to vent here, sorry. reply if ya want, if not thats ok too. thanks for reading it tho.
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