"I am a member of one of these Canadian AA groups that was kicked to the curb by the local Intergroup. In fact, we still aren't in the Toronto meeting list or have a voice on the Toronto Intergroup floor. The same game-playing is now going on…"
"I've found over the last five years or so that people react one of two ways: a)Think you've been touched by the devil and never talk to you again or b)Try really, really hard to show you how much better life is with the church than…"
"We are here, those of us who have no god, and yes, we do recover. Anything you would like to know about how to apply the program with out the use of a god, please ask, I will give you my experience thus far.
"Welcome, AA tends to be that way more than NA, but it is pretty heavy in both. There is a number of people like us, you will see this more often the longer you stick around. Most keep it to themselves. If there is anything you may need help with, I…"
I got my papers the other day from church headquarters stating that I am free from the church. As you see from my photo I served a mission at the Bishops Storehouse. I do miss my friends but do not miss the false teachings. Ever since people who once said that they loved me and would always be there for me no matter what, found out that I left the church, none of them have spoken to me. What happened to the love and acceptance that the church supposedly teaches.See More
I have one week of sobriety. I am glad that I found this group. I went to an AA meeting and hated it because of the talk of a higher power. Being brand new at sobriety I could use any support and friendship that I can find.See More
"I was brought up as a Mormon. I just quit the church and god a little over a month ago after 18 years of lies. Before I quit, the members told me that they loved me and would be there for me "no matter what". Since I quit the church and…"