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- noun One who is
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sponsor + -ee
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I am on my second sponsee and both have been amazing.
Bells Are Ringing (plus new wiki charity challenge) - A Dress A Day 2009
Tony Award winner Anna Shapiro - Mr. Rock plays Ralph D. , an irresponsible 12-step sponsor dodging his own demons by toying with those of his sponsee.
NYT > Home Page By JON CARAMANICA 2011
Is there any supervision of the sponsor-sponsee process?
unknown title 2009
Am I a whining sponsee or does this relationship really not work?
Under the rules of the program, information shared between a sponsor and their sponsee is confidential.
Foldman commented on the word sponsee
A "Sponsee" is a person who a sponsor works with in a Twelve Step program; usually by assisting them to work the Twelve Steps of that particular fellowship.
September 24, 2009
ry commented on the word sponsee
just saw this in a corpseak-laden document about an internal mentoring program.
I have deep misgivings about the word, engendering a crisis my usually laissez-faire attitude towards English usage may not survive
July 29, 2013