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Recovered Podcast - The Unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous AA Recovery Podcast for The Alcoholic Addict and Al-Anon

AA in the Digital Age - Recovered 855

Recovered Podcast - The Unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous AA Recovery Podcast for The Alcoholic Addict and Al-Anon
Released on Oct 1, 2017

This episode is sponsored by The Recovered Podcast Reception and Live Shows
At the 2017 Tri-County Conference atthe Wyndham Garden Hotel in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

On Friday, September 29th at 5:45 pm, the Recovered Podcast will be leading a panel discussion on “Recovery and the Digital Age.”  We want to you to be part of the show and add to the discussion.

Just go to http://recoveredcast.com/tricounty for more information

Our cost to participate in this event is about $2000,
And we could use your help

To support us as we spread this message of hope to the new guy
Go over to http://recoveredcast.com/donation

Modern communication in A.A. is flowing from one alcoholic to another
in ways that are high-tech, relatively open-ended and evolving quickly.
Protecting anonymity is a major concern for members, who are accessing
the Internet in ever-growing numbers.

When we use digital media, we are responsible for our own anonymity
and for protecting that of others. When we post, text, or blog, we should
consider whether we are publishing at the public level. When we break
our anonymity in these forums, we may inadvertently break the anonymity
of others.

Conference approved literature clearly defines how to protect anonymity. Conference approved literature states:

A.A.s do not publicly identify themselves as A.A. members using their full names and/or full-face photos.

What technology tools do you use in recovery?
How does it help?
Google groups
Texting
Facebook
Online recovery support podcast

Is there anything special you use with sponsees
What do you recommend to new people?

How does technology hinder your recovery program?

How do you protect your anonymity?

When is texting most appropriate?
When is a phone call most appropriate?
When is face to face most appropriate?

Does anybody use us mail?

What are online meetings?


We have calls

Don #253

Clyde #258

Mandi Anonymous #254

Mike from fla #250

Do we have questions?

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