Alcoholic's Anonymous was created many years ago. When it was created the main point of it was for you to stay anonymous during your recovery. Beth Leipholtz, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, believes people should start breaking their anonymity when becoming sober. Leipholtz has been in AA and has 6 reason why she broke her anonymity, and why others should do it as well.
- Times change
- By telling my story I am only breaking MY OWN anonymity, no one else's
- I feel that Step 12 is more important than Tradition 11
- Being vocal about my journey keeps me sober and accountable
- I am proud of my recovery
- Recovery is about becoming comfortable with who I am
Click here to read Leipholtz's full story.