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Going to an AA meeting is simple. You can find where and when there is a meeting convenient for you and you just turn up. That's it. There's no signing in, no money to pay, no appointment to make.
Sign in to the Zoom web portal. In the navigation panel, click Dashboard. At the top of the Dashboard screen, click Meetings. Search for the desired live meeting.
To join the meeting: Find a Zoom meeting close to you and on the day/time you need on the AA website 'Find Meetings' page. Click on the green 'Join Zoom Meeting' button shown . You may be instructed to download the zoom application. Follow the instructions.
These Traditions provide for the unity of the group and, therefore, ultimately protect each member's sobriety. So, while no one who says they are a member of A.A. can be kicked out of A.A., someone can be asked to leave a meeting for the sake of the common welfare of the group.
These Traditions provide for the unity of the group and, therefore, ultimately protect each member's sobriety. So, while no one who says they are a member of A.A. can be kicked out of A.A., someone can be asked to leave a meeting for the sake of the common welfare of the group.
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To join a Zoom meeting via telephone: On a telephone, dial (669)900-6833. Note: Zoom often updates phone numbers. For the most accurate phone number to use, refer to the meeting invite email sent to you by the host of the meeting.
Some AA participants go to meetings several times a day, every day. Others attend just two to three times weekly. Each person's level of participation should be determined on an individual basis. Moreover, as people progress in their recoveries, they may find themselves needing increasingly less support.
Here are some examples of things you should avoid speaking about during an AA meeting: Unrelated Topics. ... Controversial Topics. ... Substance Use Behaviors. ... Distressing or Traumatic Incidents. ... Grievances or Resentments.
Note: You are not required to download Zoom before joining, but you will have access to limited functionality if you join from your browser.
The Golden Rule of Habit Change By requiring members to take stock of their lives and past mistakes, AA helps its members to create a list of triggers (the cue), and also to discover what reward they get from drinking.

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