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4 Ways the AA 12 Steps Helps You Beat Cravings

For many in recovery, overcoming alcohol addiction turns out to be harder than expected. Even after drinking stops, cravings for alcohol can persist for months or even years thereafter. When there’s no recovery plan in place, these conditions leave a person at ongoing risk for relapse. As elusive as cravings may seem, they actually result ….

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12 Ways to Control your Cravings

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, cravings are a part of both drug addiction and a cause for relapse. Unfortunately, cravings usually hit you when you least expect them and at the worst possible times. This is why you should know how to control your cravings before they happen. Luckily, there are things ….

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12 Steps or Standard Treatment: What’s the Difference?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there are many different forms of treatment. Since each addiction is different, various forms of treatment are necessary. Each person has his or her own needs and desires. What works for one person might not work for another. Two of the most popular types of treatment are ….

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Step 7 of the 12 Steps

Step 7 of the 12 steps states, “We humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.” But what does this step entail and why is it important to practice it? Call now to find rehab centers where you can recover safely from addiction and begin your journey through the 12-step process. What Does Step 7 Mean? ….

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How Can Daily Reflection Help Me Stay Sober?

Daily reflection can be a vital key component in maintaining lifelong sobriety, especially when you participate in Alcoholics Anonymous or another 12-step recovery program to overcome addiction. Reflecting can help you identify things you’re doing correctly in your life, as well as things you can improve on to make your life better. When executed properly, ….

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The Last Three Steps Explained

Everyone knows that 12 step programs have been a successful component of substance abuse and addiction treatment since the 1930s. The 12 steps themselves are the reason that these programs have been so successful, and continue to be used today. The first four steps are about dealing with the present, while steps five through nine ….

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