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They changed the website for ARP Meetings, anyone assist?
By John07
5/10/2012 9:57:05 AM
All,

I am looking for a spouse support group for Porn addiction and they changed the website where you put in your location and it only gives you like a 50 mile radius, so that trying to find one somewhere in the location of where my wife is has been not so fun. The nearest one I could find through the new website is 357 miles away. This is not a good solution. I know about the phone meetings, but she says that she needs to see the body language, not just hear the voices. If anyone can assist, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

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the ARP website is pretty worthless    
"They launched a new website for the worldwide ARP program, for meeting locations. There has been a need for this for some years now. They are having problems getting it up and running. It was supposed to be online and running by now. It is a great site if they can get it up, it has some really great features, but I would give it a month or two. The site will be www.ldsarp.org I cannot even get the site to load up. It was supposed to have recovery stories on it until it was ready to launch the full version. The only thing you can do is to call the closest ldsfs office and ask them for information

good luck"
posted at 18:16:10 on May 10, 2012 by harveyf
Sites    
posted at 21:39:44 on May 10, 2012 by rachp
I had the wrong address    
"no wonder I could not get the new site to load up. thanks


thanks rachp"
posted at 22:30:18 on May 10, 2012 by harveyf
Find A Meeting    
"The site does not seem to work for my state."
posted at 09:33:38 on May 11, 2012 by brianm
Brian    
"did you ever find a meeting in your state?"
posted at 22:16:02 on June 10, 2012 by rachp


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