Discussion in 'Parent Emeritus' started by newstart, Jan 20, 2020.

  1. DaisyC1234

    DaisyC1234 Member

    I was hoping there was some sort of stamp or something or universal paper that says they attended. Her past and present lies has me skeptical.
  2. BusynMember

    BusynMember Well-Known Member

    It is an anynamous program. Short of possibly a judge, which I haven't seen in five years, one thing that is banged home is that who you see here, what you say here has to stay here. Right or wrong we have no rights to where our over 17 kids go or what they do. Rehabs maybe if the patient signs permission.

    Nobody would go to AA or NA if their family was told of their attendance. It is the anyamynity that makes it safe. The leaders are all volunteers. This is not the program you want if you expect verification.

    Now you can follow her and see that she went in but not that she stayed.
  3. Copabanana

    Copabanana Well-Known Member

    There are all kinds of "universal papers" of the sort that you seek. If you go to and enter as the search term AA/NA attendance verification sheet or form you will find dozens of prototypes.
    That said, I understand and respect what Busy is saying.