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Welcome to Alcoholics Anonymous - A Program of Serenity

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Ted
Thu, 08/30/2012 - 01:14
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What kind of crack you smoking Bucket.

Mike was (is) an ass. RFR, to be discreet, is where it deserves. If they ever try to bring it back, I'm sure it will be short lived.

There's is nothing premature, it's gone baby. Outta here!

Welcome To Recovery Month

Welcome To Recovery Month: September is Recovery Month Recovery Month promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders, celebrates people in recovery, lauds the contributions of treatment and service providers, and promotes the message that recovery in all its forms is possible. Recovery Month spreads the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health, that prevention works, treatment is effective and people can and do recover.

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

The newest tactic of the Narcissistic Alcoholics Anonymous members trying to shut down the conversation on the Orange Papers Forum - the "No Click Zone" of Ted

As many of you may have already noticed, our newest AA Troll, Ted has been placing elements over the front page on the Orange Papers Forum which prevents people from clicking on the individual blogs and viewing to add comments. This is typical of the more dangerous and narcissistic members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Do not judge them all by Ted's actions, 95% of them aren't this way. But it should be enough to make you understand that you don't want to be around that 5% that do. Stay away from the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous.

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

What are the similarities and differences between Alcoholics Anonymous and the Church of Scientology?

SIMILARITIES
The Church of Scientology was started by the book "Dianetics"
Alcoholics Anonymous was started by the book "Alcoholics Anonymous" (aka the "Big Book")
Dianetics is used as a treatment for addiction and lifestyle changes
The "Big Book" is used as a treatment for addiction and lifestyle changes
L. Ron Hubbard wrote "Dianetics" and was not a medical doctor
Bill Wilson wrote the "Big Book" and was not a medical doctor
"Dianetics" is used as a treatment program for addiction

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

What would be the best nationally syndicated reality TV show for Alcoholics Anonymous guru's to portray their EGO driven attitudes, Jerry Springer or Steve Wilkos?

What would be the best nationally syndicated reality TV show for Alcoholics Anonymous guru's to portray their EGO driven attitudes, Jerry Springer or Steve Wilkos? Dr. Drew is already portraying and killing many of the indoctrinates chosen to plea for more Bill Wilson style therapy on shows such as A&E's "Intervention", but what is the next level in gladiator style "treatment" devised by the Recovery Industry cartel that is bilking billions from insurance companies worldwide? May the best ring master of the gladiator death cult of Alcoholics Anonymous win!

I want to clear my name

This Daniel Bennison the person Wayne is talking about here. I just wanted to have my say in all of this if I can.
Wayne is making some serious accusations concerning me and Mary Jones. Who at the time was a fourteen year old girl who was obese and had a critical kidney problem.

It is those we live with and love and should know who elude us.

Each one of here today will at one time in our lives look upon a loved one who is in need and ask the same question: We are willing help, Lord, but what, if anything, is needed? For it is true we can seldom help those closest to us. Either we don't know what part of ourselves to give or, more often than not, the part we have to give is not wanted. And so it those we live with and should know who elude us. But we can still love them - we can love completely without complete understanding.

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

Loving AA again

Let go of the "shoulds" in your life.

Open up to the miracle of now.
Value your uniqueness.
Explore your dreams and passions.
Yield to life - go with the flow.
Obey the voice of your Spirit.
Unwind - get cozy and comfy.
Renew yourself - body and soul.
Surround yourself with caring people.
Express yourself - be true to you.
Linger longer at what you enjoy.
Feel God's special love for you.

Please let go of all the hate in your heart. AA is a wonderful place to go. Open the channels to love again.

Peace

Inspiration for the day
I want to start a thread with inspirational thought just for today. I will take them from a book I have. I love everyone of these.

"In the difficult times, Keep believing in yourself"

Maia Szalavitz explains on TheFix how AA Groups become cults - from Synanon to Straight Inc. to today’s Washington, DC, Midtown Group

Have you ever thought that the Alcoholics Anonymous group you are in might be a cult? If you think your AA group may be a cult, it probably is. Maia Szalavitz explains how a benevolent self-help group can easily become a very dangerous manipulative cult and the warning signs to look for.

Cult Culture and the 12 Steps

A small but significant number of 12-step groups—from AA to addiction treatment centers—turn into dangerous cults. How can working the program take a wrong turn?

By Maia Szalavitz - 08/27/12

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

The newest psychological and technical Alcoholics Anonymous terrorist member on the Orange Papers Forum - The Story of Ted.

The newest psychological and technical Alcoholics Anonymous terrorist member on the Orange Papers Forum has emerged with egotistical and psychopathic tendencies trying to shut down conversation on the Orange Papers Forum. Being a member for a little over a week now, Ted has taken it upon himself and his narcissistic EGO to use tricks reminiscent of websites that promote "Quack Medicine" and may in fact work in that industry.

Can someone who hasn't been to an AA meeting for 20 years even know what goes on at an Alocholics Anonymous ritual ceremony today?

http://orange-papers.org/forum/comment/56204#comment-56204

I haven't been to a meeting in 20 years, NoAAUK. Even back then I heard "don't get into a new relationship within the first year", but I had also read the Big Book and I knew damn well that was not part of the program.

As it went, I did not start up any new relationship until year nine. It wasn't because of anything anyone said or didn't say to me. It's because I wasn't interested.

You people can think for yourselves, right?

Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangsterh.

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

So I am in this exchange with a film producer

From the 'anonymous people' that clara has for some reason added to the signature line below the crap she writes. I did only click on it with the hope that clara may have restored a hint of sanity and was promoting some things she had learned here about the complete and disasterous failure of the AA faith and the recovery industry.

This 'film' appears to be a grouping of everone who has ever been in front of a camera or has some title to evangelize for the AA faith. It appears to be yet another infomercial for all things steptard.

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

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Good Bye.

One can spend too much of one's life locked in stuffy rooms seeking out obscure truths, searching, researching, until one is too old to enjoy life.

-Jimmy Sangster

A special thanks... and goodbye

A special thanks... and goodbye

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