Thanks for the share. I have such mixed feelings about the "second A" on so many levels. Breaking the anonymity for articles, websites and gossip are a big issue for me and my AH. When we no longer feel safe in our recovery families, where is there left for us to go? These programs have been around for a significant amount of time now. Contrary to the societal norms of "If it ain't broke, break it", IMHO we need to preserve the integrity of our programs. They just might be the only thing that helps save a life, or two, or thousands. I have the same feelings towards this, as I do the region that chose to publish and sell their own Nar-Anon literature without approval. It jeopardizes the future of our programs. Or the fellowship that chooses to spread rumors about other members. Today, I pause and take a breath before I repeat anything that I have heard.
With much love and hugs,
(Formerly Confused Cincinnatian-Confused No More)
"Be the change that you want to see in the world"