Posted by: dopaminedialogue | 05/08/2011

New York Times Article: Challenging the Second ‘A’ in AA

Here is an interesting article on whether or not AA should keep the anonymity part of the program. Does the rule of anonymity foster continued shame and hiding? Or, is it necessary to insure that the incoming alcoholic/addict seeks help without fear of exposure? You could argue both sides. This article does it well.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/08/fashion/08anon.html

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