I am a new sponsor with limited experience. If a person comes to you and ask that you be their sponsor and within a short time you realize that the person isn't ready, is it your call to tell them that? The reason I say this is because I believe I was asked was it OK for a potential sponsee to break her bottom lines and engage in continued behavior that brought her to meetings in the first place and me be her sponsor. I told her to call me back in a week and think about what she wanted to do that she couldn't have one foot in the door and one foot out.
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