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It’s great that you are trusting your instincts about what’s going on, and I think the script you are looking for here is some version of “ [Official Meeting]/[Group Gathering].” You’d think “No thanks!” alone would get it done, but I think adding the explicit “I’m not interested” leaves less wiggle room for plausible deniability.” [ optional subject change] Guy: “So, do you want to come to the gallery? But I’ll see you at [Official Group Meeting/Gathering] next week!” Polite, true, easy to remember, hard to argue with, indicates that everything will be normal/cool when you see them next, leaves very little wiggle room for a re-approach.
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I’m newly sober and I’ve been attending AA for the last two months.
One of my main meetings is a women’s meeting, which is rad, but I’ve tried to open it up a little bit–there’s a co-ed secular meeting and a co-ed meeting that does a physical outdoors excursion monthly.
I don’t want to stop going to co-ed meetings, especially the activity ones. So can you give me some scripts for turning down invites to go dancing, etc., or invitations of support that aren’t super alienating but make it a clear boundary?