I'm an AA guy myself and while it's kept me from drinking, I loathe most of my fellow AA people for the following reason: Do this for your and for your family. My husband is an AA drone. There are lunatics, bitches, thieves, pigs and all kinds of wonderful human insects who 'do the rooms'. I am very dissatisfied with my sober experience in alcoholics anonymous. Was there a sign above the entrance to the mall that said "slow walkers to the left, please"?
Then you'll leave and they'll tell everyone you relapsed as if you went and died LOL. I talked to a few others trying to find a sponsor or just trying to make new friends, there are definitely some wierdos. People come in there for 25 years, say the same thing every time, and never improve their life! And to the comment above mine, this guy wrote a blog about an experience. Most selfless people I have ever met
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They don't care that polar bears have survived through numerous periods when the Arctic ice disappeared entirely. My second and unfortunately not my last. I remembered all the other times I had had similar, unfruitful, interactions with people over the years. We humbly requested that the chairpersons of said meetings sign our Proof of Attendance sheets, so that our Coercing Authority might remove its hold on us. Like several of you who have posted above me, I too Google'd 'I hate AA', in order to find this blog! Sorry, actual AA people
I still got time before he gets back! But I do make one exception. Don't you have better things to fix or talk about that goes on in you own life? Have you ever personally known an alcoholic, and sat there and had to watch them? Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. Despite living nowhere near Nice, I had a couple of people write to me asking if I was safe.