Suggested NORMS OF ACA CONDUCT
Norms of ACA Conduct
ACA members have endorsed the idea of norms of conduct that will help promote trust and encourage respectful communication and behavior consistent with the ACA Traditions and Concepts. We recognize that none of us is perfect; we are above all Adult Children who each bring our own challenges with interpersonal communication. ACA Service work can provide many important opportunities for us to grow personally and spiritually if we are willing to look at ourselves honestly.
The central goal of the norms is not to eliminate differences, but to support all ACA members of in resolving conflicts in a healthy manner that references Program tools. Each ACA member shares individual and collective responsibility in upholding the agreed-upon norms of ACA behavior listed below.
1. Communication/Potentially Contentious Issuesa) Address contentious issues directly with the other ACA(‘s) before taking conflicts to the Group as a whole.
ACA Nederlands – ACA Intergroup IG#711
ACA Adult Children of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional Families
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