It made me mad because it was my fourth meeting in 3days.I went Tues.night and twice on Wed.Then last night I had a guy approach me and ask if I had a sponsor.I said no.So he(he looked about 40ish)started talking about himself and his 16yrs.of sobriety,told me he would sponsor me if I was interested and asked me to go for coffee afterwards.I said no to both questions.He did'nt seem happy about it.As people were leaving the meeting,alot of them were saying goodnight to him,hugging and shaking his hand like they knew him forever.I said no to him because he gave me a bad feeling,anyway the last person I saw with him said to me "Hi,I notice your new,if you need anything call me", and gave me her number.So Rob(that was his name),sais to her,"Nah,she don't need that,she's to good for us".The woman looked at me in what I thought was a pathetic way as she left.I then looked at Rob,said F-you and left.Was I wrong?How do I choose the right sponsor?Was I being a typical defensive bitch?Anyway,not goin there again!Not to that place anyway,how embarrasing!
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