They say in AA that the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. I attend AA meetings, and I also drink occassionally - lately I've slipped a bit, but I am really trying to get it together. I really am. When I mention to someone that I am in AA my husband later says - you are not officially in AA, you can't be saying that about yourself. I disagreed and said that the only requirement was the DESIRE to stop drinking. Wondering what you all think about this - clearly the man I am currently divorcing is not that supportive of my program.
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