There is no fear, no frustration, no regret, no sadness, which cannot be at least somewhat reduced by sharing it in a meeting.
Sometimes when I share in a meeting I might be a help to someone, or perhaps a comfort, or even occasionally an inspiration. Undoubtedly other times I am quite possibly a horrible warning, a cautionary tale or even a profound example of untreated alcoholism -- being "dry" but not "sober." Regardless, it's none of my business what others might think; be it well or ill. It is my business to share as truthfully as possible, and leave the rest up to The Universe.
Sometimes my only job in the meeting is to sit there and keep my eyes open for the next person I'm supposed to offer to help. (At first I wrote "supposed to help" but that sounds both aggressive and arrogant -- I think it is much more true to the spirit of AA to say that I offer to help. If someone wants it, that's fine; if they don't, that's fine too. Ultimately I'm just supposed to be willing to help and available to do so -- that's pretty much it.)
To quote the famous gal who first said it: What other people think of me is none of my business. Took me a while to fully understand that one, I must admit -- and it has taken even longer to live it -- still backslide a little once in a while, but there's been phenomenal progress overall. (If it troubles you too, be patient. Progress comes.)