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The Anonymity Principle
He confided in a co-worker about his recovery in AA, and later he had to pay a price
When it comes to "practice these principles in all our affairs," it is one thing to do so in our AA community and quite another thing to do it in our every day life. I discovered this takes some effort, especially in the work place.
I went out on a limb one day at work, sharing little bits and pieces of the AA program with a co-worker who was aware that I was in recovery from alcoholism using the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. It would prove to be a mistake. Because of the nature of my job as a quality control technician I would invariable find myself with this individual, whose...
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