I Don't Think You Have a Right to Know Who I Am

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    Anominity As a Principle

    I'm an alcoholic and in my early days of recovery AA was my life line with the real world. When I first started going it seemed to me that anonimity was purely for protection but as it turns out its much more than that. Its a spiritual idea. It makes the things we say more...
    RobynDeLaMare RobynDeLaMare
    56-60, M
    1 Response Sep 6, 2009

    it's mine and me! You know

    who I am and will be. Now pure anger is driving me, thanks for that.
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    Oct 2, 2015


    It's not that I don't think you have a RIGHT, I just don't want you to know. I really like you guys at EP, but I want some privacy. Besides, in a way you already know "who I am" . I tell you guys about me, what goes through my mind, what I like, what I despise, blah,blah,blah...
    DewDropsontheGrass DewDropsontheGrass
    13-15, F
    Oct 10, 2012

    The Point?

    I don't really see the point of pretending to be someone else on here, that kind of defeats the purpose of this site btw
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    4 Responses Sep 6, 2009


     privately is important in life some part of your life is not for public or media not even for one next to you.
    pesacanu pesacanu
    51-55, M
    1 Response Sep 5, 2009

    Not That You Dont Have A Right To Know Me But Experience Project Should Be Anonymous

    and I apperciate and respect the way ep is anonymous its like a place for me to come and feel better say what I think and just rid myself of all the things im feeling and want to say its kind of like a diary
    18-21, F
    9 Responses Dec 2, 2010
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