It is also difficult to find Gay AA, Gay NA and any Gay 12 Step Meetings.
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Even in the largest cities, it is difficult to find and connect with other Gay Friends in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and any 12 Step Meeting of Recovery.
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You can tell them, “I’ve been in six rehabs, four psych wards, and I’ve been arrested for assault.” And, they’re like, “Of course you have.” The downside is that they, too, are often a ticking time bomb.
Natasha, an ex-pat who's been on the wagon for 10 years agrees.
Mark Huffman has been a consumer news reporter for Consumer Affairs since 2004.