Mentoring in A.A.
Key questions and answers provided in the AA Mentoring brochure
Most of the current members of Alcoholics Anonymous owe their sobriety to the fact that there was someone who took a special interest in caring for them and was willing to share a great gift with them.
Mentoring is simply another name for this long-lasting special interest that an experienced AA member has and that means so much to a new AA student.
Individual members and groups cannot afford to lose sight of the importance of someone taking a special interest in a confused alcoholic who wants to stop drinking. Experience clearly shows that it is for the members who benefit the most from the A.A. Program and those groups who are best at communicating A.A. messages to those still suffering from alcoholism - they are the ones who need mentoring too important to use. gravity.
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