From the October 2010 magazine.


I HAVE noticed on social networking sites a relaxation of our Eleventh Tradition. I have taken the following passage from, which explains some of what is suggested and not suggested as it relates to anonymity and the internet.

". . . social networking websites are public in nature. Though users create accounts and utilize usernames and passwords, once on the site, it is a public medium where AA members and non-AAs mingle.

"As long as individuals do not identify themselves as AA members, there is no conflict of...

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Donalsonville, Ga.