I Don’t Know Why the Syracuse Group is Being Called Rogue… This Sounds Very Familiar To Me

These kinds of practices happen all of the time in the AA groups that I’ve gone to (telling people to go off their medications, putting people down for mental illnesses, discouraging people from getting medical advice, etc), so I’m not sure why this is considered a rogue group, because if it’s rogue, then the whole Bellingham community, which is considered to have great sobriety by most, should be considered rogue too. This is not rogue in AA, at least in my experience. These are accepted practices in some areas.

Here’s the fourth episode of the series about the Syracuse group.

2 thoughts on “I Don’t Know Why the Syracuse Group is Being Called Rogue… This Sounds Very Familiar To Me

  1. It’s being called “rogue” so that the entire AA empire isn’t tainted. You & I & many more of us know the truth. But AA as an organization has a lot to protect & they’re going to do it to the best of their ability, even if it means calling some groups “rogue” & setting them adrift from the main AA office. I’m seeing this already in the Buffalo area.

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