Even if You Don’t Talk a Lot in Group, It Still Works


Even if you don’t talk a lot in group, it still works – … even if you don’t talk a lot in group, it still works. I think I am a good example. I nevr talked much. This is my 14th group and I am feeling better and better. It made me smile this weekend to think that when I came to my first group weekends, I used to spend my time listening to others and telling myself “oh yes, I’m like that and that , and oh God, I’m really like that too. It was horrible. Nowadays it’s more like “no it’s not like that, I’m not like that any more. I do it another way. It’s really cool”.


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