The Past and How It Affects Us by Leslie A. Fischman
It is our constitutional right to privacy to be protected from unreasonable searches and seizures, this includes unreasonable searches and seizures from our persons from our identities, our pasts. There is something therefore fundamentally flawed in the practices of the AA Twelve Steps that has since changed since 2011, the through inventory taken of my sexual history, fears, and resentments, which upon disclosure, lists created, created severe hardships among members of my inner circle who upon peer review, became bitter toward me, it was an assignment, not a heart felt write, or thought by me to write, but upon assignment written not by the times written, or felt to write, but upon assignment, that’s what was not clear.
I think that all things personal shared out loud have the opportunity to be taken personally and all things said outloud, one person back to whom attachment made, upon reading bears: (1) resentment, (2) hardship, (3) animosity, (4) attitude, (5) lack of pleasure upon reading, (6) disbelief, (7) discriminatory retorts, (8) dissent, (9) defensive tone, (10) waiting for ammunition to sue, (11) looking for justification so thinks that suit was because of blogging, or texting, or suicide, no hole in the wall.
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