At a mixed party, AAs break their own anonymity
THIS story is rather humorous and shows how things can happen with regard to our anonymity. I recently had a get-together, or party, if you will, and I invited a number of friends. These friends brought some of their friends and the theme was a potluck and an evening where some of my fellow AA members played music.
The crowd was a mix of Alcoholics Anonymous members and "regular" folk who did not necessarily know one another. Some of the people who knew me knew I was in AA. Many did not, though, and I was speaking with a co-worker who said he noticed that the punch was... Login to read more
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