SLAA Traditions state the each group should be autonomous. Individual meetings rely heavily on both conference approved methods and group conscience to decide on how they will be conducted.
A large part of what makes a meeting or SLAA group successful is the service provided by its members.
Can you take on a role in making sure your meeting is doing the primary work of SLAA…to help others get sober from sex and/or love addiction?
Taking on any role for your “home group” shows that you take some level of ownership for the meeting. It helps both you and the meeting.