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How many times a week should you go to AA?

How many times a week should you go to AA?

How Often Should I Go to AA Meetings? There is no set number of meetings you should attend. There is no set number of meetings you should attend. Some people go every day, while other people only go when they feel like they need to.

Can you go to AA and not speak?

Although you do not have to talk at any AA meeting, you should share at some point. By sharing problems you encounter while working on the 12-Steps and striving to lead a sober life, other members can offer you suggestions or new perspective. By not sharing, you run the risk of not seeing other perspectives.

Does Elton John still go to A.A. meetings?

On Tuesday’s premiere episode of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s new Spotify podcast, Archewell Audio, the 73-year-old pop icon — who celebrated 30 years of sobriety earlier this year — said the video conferencing platform has allowed him to keep up with his Alcoholics Anonymous meetings during the coronavirus …

Can I go to a meeting drunk?

If you show up drunk at a meeting, you will still be welcomed with open arms, but you won’t be able to receive the same level of support and hope as you would if you were sober. Even if it’s just for the meeting, it’s best for you to have a clear mind.

Can you go to AA if you’re not sober?

An open meeting of A.A. is a group meeting that any member of the community, alcoholic or non- alcoholic, may attend. The only obligation is that of not disclosing the names of A.A. members out- side the meeting.

How long does a person stay in AA?

Research shows that almost 80% of people who regularly attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are still sober after five years. Conversely, 43% of those who showed low meeting attendance rates remained clean and sober after five years.

How accurate is Rocketman film?

The script was developed by Lee Hall, who spent many hours with John, hearing stories and anecdotes, according to Fletcher. And, for the most part, the movie fairly accurately recreates John’s life as a young boy through the ’70s.

Where is Elton in rehab?

John chose to get treatment at Chicago’s Parkside Lutheran Hospital because it was one of the few treatment centers at the time that could treat his bulimia alongside his addictions with cocaine and alcohol. He is grateful that he managed to stay and did not abandon treatment.