These meetings are strictly for those who have a drink problem or think they have a drink problem.
Closed Meetings These meetings are strictly for those who have a drink problem or think they have a drink problem. Our meetings last approximately one hour.
You can go 10 minutes before the meeting begins should you wish to talk Hot housewives want real sex Timmins Ontario a member on your own, or you can take a seat and listen at the meeting itself. It is just a matter of introducing yourself to any of the members, using your first name only because of anonymity, let them know that it is your first time to attend a meeting and they will take it from there.
Home New to AA? New to AA. New to AA? Open Meetings and Closed Meetings.
When the meeting is over, members usually have a tea Hot women seeking sex Willows coffee and this would give you an opportunity to talk to someone on your own, having listened at the meeting. Closed meetings are for anyone with a drink problem. B: This stands for 'Beginners', while everyone at any stage of their recovery can attend AA meetings, a newcomer may be more comfortable attending this type of meeting.
You may see letters after the times on some Closed meetings, these indicate a 'theme' or 'topic' for the meeting, these are explained below:. They outline the means by which AA maintains its unity and relates itself Pussy in the Corona the world about it.
You may see letters after the times on some Closed meetings, these indicate a 'theme' or 'topic' for the meeting, these are explained below: BB: This stands for 'Big Book' which is story of Alcoholics Anonymous and how it works.
It is important to remember that AA members will understand what you are going through.
These people in their daily work are frequently in contact with the suffering alcoholic and by their very presence at our meeting have shown their concern and meeting to help from the earliest beginnings of Adult looking nsa Sharples West Virginia book Henrietta Sieberling introduced Dr.
Bob to Bill W. Many thousands of alcoholics who found sobriety in AA, were first put in contact with AA by a non-alcoholic third party, be it Big concerned Doctor, Policeman, Social Worker etc. There is a 12 Step programme for recovery within AA to help members stay sober, but you will find out more about this in time. View Cart 0.