The contents of this email are from the Weekly Reading Sub Committee Of the CoDA Co-NNections Committee, email@example.com
We're writing today looking for CoDA members who would be interested in contributing to the Weekly Readings.
You can view the 2015 & 2016 readings here: http://codependents.org/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/archive/connections/
We're looking for new material to send out for the Weekly Reading. We are interested in receiving submissions from CoDA members that represent the authentic experience of recovery. We are especially looking for submissions that not only focus on the pain and struggle associated with codependency, but that also points to how the program helped you overcome the obstacles and find recovery. We may accept any submission related to recovery. Suggested topics could include sponsorship, recovery success stories, boundaries, recovery insights, your experience with service work, or whatever is relevant to your experience. All submissions must adhere to the principles found in the 12 Traditions. Ideally, we prefer a limit of aproximately 5 medium sized paragraphs. Meeting In Print is able to use longer submissions. All writers must agree to the copyright statement before their submissions may be considered for publication.
(NOTE: The copyright statement can be found at the bottom of the submission page).
You can submit your thoughts and/or story here: http://connections.coda.org/index.cfm/submit-article/
Also, please watch for a major announcement from our Meeting In Print Sub-Committee!
The CoDA Co-NNections Committee
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