would love to enjoy the benefits that AA has to offer, but have heard just lately that it figures largely round religion. no offence to anyone but have suffered heavily at the hands of religion(cults etc,dont wanna go in2 it right now) in the recent past n am reluctant to involve myself in another religious organisation. never thought AA was anything to do with anything religious, but certain comments that have been made to me have made me think, thats all,please correct me if i,m wrong.
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