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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby dimples12562 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:16 pm

same here
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Jebtion12345 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:25 pm

I am glad it wasn't something I said that kept me out of the 12 step forum :D
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Dallas » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:41 pm

Try it now and see if it works.

If you find something not working right -- LET ME KNOW! And, I'll get it fixed. :-)
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby dimples12562 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:56 pm

12 Step - YES!! :)

Recovery Houses - YES! :)

Sober Living - NO :(
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Dallas » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:07 pm

I'll get a bigger hammer.

Also: While I have some attention: LOL

When the guys were setting stuff up -- they included forums for:

Drug Addiction
Prescription Drug Addiction, etc.

I had concerns about it and needed to get feedback from our regular users on it.

The way it was set up it was right in the middle of the alkie forums.
I didn't realize it could have been set up different, so that we could have an alkie section and an addict section.

So, my concern was: Primary and Singleness of Purpose.

Can I get some feedback from you guys on this? (And, girls). :-)
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby dimples12562 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:40 pm

I have never had a problem mixing the two while I was using...and now that I'm sober, I still don't
Some may prefer that they be seperate, I dont care (as long as each has its own forum so there will be no confussion as to what text we are talking about...)
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Dallas » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:52 pm

Any suggestions or recommendations?
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby dimples12562 » Mon Mar 19, 2012 2:01 pm

well at the top where it says "board index" couldnt that be divided:
Enter here for AA
Enter here for NA
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Dallas » Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:29 pm

I'll have to check. It probably can be done -- I'm not sure how to do it.

What I thought might work (easily) would be: Same front page on board, with two separate main forums:

Example:
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1. Alcoholics Recovery Forum
12 Steps
Stuff 1 Alcoholism
Stuff 2 Alcoholism
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2. Drug Addiction Recovery Forum
Basic Text
Stuff 1 Addiction
Stuff 2 Addiction
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To keep it simple: Some people might qualify and prefer to post "related topics" to both forum sections, without having to be lumped into a group. Alkies could stay and post in alkie part. Drugies could post in druggie part. And, keep their comments focused on either alcohol or other drugs. Then, some people might qualify for both forums because they use both recovery programs. Keeping it kind of like open meetings -- except, share whats appropriate for "which forum you're in."

It would be like having two different rooms and primary purposes -- that meet in the same Club House.

It might be enlightening, information and educational -- for some of us -- to be able to "see it from someone else's point of view" and maybe develop a better understanding of "why one way is the way it is -- and why the other way is the way it is." Maybe, it could also help us all to grow spiritually -- with a better understanding of each other -- without having something "force fed" to us. :-) Alkies nor Addicts will put up w/ force feeding of any kind! LOL.

What do you think?

It would be nice if some others would give us some feedback.

I know that sometimes, I think this might be similar to what Keith from Georgia refers to. Maybe he'll show up and give us his take on it too.

Open for suggestions. I just want to be helpful and not harmful.
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Re: Sobriety Check in

Postby Dallas » Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:31 pm

note: It might be able to be set up in groups, too. I'm not sure. Just learning this board. But, where one group can see and participate in one section -- and a different group can only see and participate in their section.

I'm sure it's do-able. Just not sure what it would cost for me to get it done that way.
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