Monday, Jan. 1st Online Meeting Topic: Resolutions

With the understanding that addiction is a disease and the realization that we are powerless over it as well as over people's lives, we are ready to do something useful and constructive with our own.

Then, and only then can we be of any help to others.

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Monday, Jan. 1st Online Meeting Topic: Resolutions

Post by Knappster » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:22 pm

Date and time of meeting: Monday, January 1st 8:00 p.m. Eastern time
Meeting topic: Resolutions
Discussion Leader: Joan

Happy New Year! Here we are again, ready to start a new year. A lot of us make resolutions that seem to fade as the days go on. How about if we resolve to make this a good year for us? Make a resolution that we will come first, we will take care of ourselves and we will find happiness in our lives. Things will always be going on in other people's lives, but we don't have to wait for their lives to get better, we cannot wait for other people to make us happy, it is up to us. Maybe you will make a resolution what you will or will not do for your ALO. Or perhaps you have found serenity in your life through the Nar-Anon program and would like to share. We can all use a little experience, strength, and hope from each other. Let's share what our resolutions are for ourselves in the coming year. Please join us on Monday night!


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PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SO THAT YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE MEETING GUIDELINES:

Once the meeting has opened, we only read from or talk about conference approved literature which can be found on the literature order form from WSO at nar-anon.org.

Anything you hear tonight is strictly our own opinion. The principles of Nar-Anon are found in our Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. If a member says something here that you cannot accept – remember he or she is speaking from their own experience, they are not speaking for Nar-Anon. When you leave our meeting, take home those thoughts that will be most helpful to you, forget those you feel will not be helpful, and keep coming back.

We ask that you speak only as a member of Nar-Anon.

Please read and become familiar with the 12 Steps, Traditions and Concepts and posted under Announcements in the Nar-Anon Family Forum. It it is important to understand the principles of this program.

The following are some important guidelines that will help you get the most out of the meeting.

The meeting today will last between 1 hour and 1-1/2 hours.

If you need to leave the meeting early, please try to leave after an individual has completed their share to minimize interruption.

In Nar Anon meetings, we do not engage in CROSSTALK. Personal progress for the greatest number depends on unity, so we take turns sharing our own experience, strength and hope; we do not interrupt each other or engage in dialogue (either directly or through private messages); we do not put the spotlight on just one member; we do not give advice, offer solutions, or try to rescue one another. we do not offer our personal opinions, criticize or judge anyone.

What is CROSSTALK? It is talking across the group to or with a specific individual. For the purposes of our online meeting, crosstalk refers to interrupting an individual while they are sharing with any typed comment.

It also refers to private messaging between individuals. It is important that we allow everyone the opportunity to engage in the meeting without the distraction of private messages.

By patiently listening, we show respect for each other and our concern for the common welfare of the group. Loving interchange can occur outside the meeting time via one-on-one or group conversations, e-mail, telephone and sponsorship and staying after the meeting for open chat.

To participate and share in the online meeting we follow these guidelines for sharing:

To share, type “!” and wait to be recognized by the discussion leader.

In fairness to all who wish to share today, please keep your sharing to 3 – 5 minutes of typing. Once you are finished sharing, please type “done” so we are aware you have concluded your share.

To avoid any crosstalk, advice or feedback when an individual has completed their share and allow time for all who wish to share today, please limit your responses to a simple TYFS and a few brief kind words of recovery related support and encouragement.

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Re: Monday, Jan. 1st Online Meeting Topic: Resolutions

Post by Knappster » Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:29 pm

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