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Anon Posts??
By hero
1/10/2011 4:20:29 PM
Not sure where that thread went?

I wanted to comment on Anon posts.......What bothers me about the anon posts is that it seems to facilitate the lack of accountability that most addicts struggle with.

Recovery is about accountability.

If you cannot be accountable even in an anon forum, are you really seeking recovery....??

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Some of us value "Anonymity"    
"That is also a principle we practice."
posted at 18:52:38 on January 10, 2011 by Anonymous
We practice anonity    
"We do so in a FACE to FACE forum. We use our first name. What we see here, what we say here STAYS here. Here, Here..... On a blog you can pretend to be ninja like and be anonymous but after a few posts your pattern becomes very obvious almost to being a "TradeMark" if you will."
posted at 22:45:42 on January 10, 2011 by 3R's
awesome!    
"That's what I was shooting for!"
posted at 23:18:40 on January 10, 2011 by Anonymous
Anonymous    
"I've had to post Anonymous because I cant remember my password nor which email I signed up with. I'll just create anothe account on day."
posted at 07:55:46 on January 11, 2011 by Anonymous


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