CoDA Fellowship Forum Audio Recordings 7/28/18: Dealing with Disagreements

 
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Subject: CoDA Fellowship Forum Audio Recordings 7/28/18: Dealing with Disagreements
Date: July 31st 2018

              

In case you missed the presentation on the CoDA pamphlet, Dealing with Disagreements, offered on Saturday, July 28th at the Fellowship Forum, the recording of that event is now available at http://www.codependents.org/2018/2018_ff.htm
 
Gail S of Nevada, Chair of the Issues Mediation Committee, stepped in at the last minute to cover for another speaker, who could not make it. Gail discussed the Issues Mediation Committee's pamphlet, available on the CoDA website, at http://coda.org/default/assets/File/Literature/Dealing%20With%20Disagreements%20TriFold.pdf
and answered questions from those present.
 
You can also access all previous and future CoDA Fellowship Forum recordings at the same link: http://www.codependents.org/2018/2018_ff.htm
 

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