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12 Step Program For Depression

The 12 step model has been extended well past the original Alcoholics Anonymous roots. The same structure has found application in areas traditionally reserved for the medical profession as people look for group support with all types of problems. This is true for depression as well. Some of the groups are: Depressed Anonymous Depression Anonymous ….

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3 Ways Step 5 NA Begins Your Real-Life Walk in Recovery

Step 5 – “Admitted to our Higher Power, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.” Change happens from the inside-out. This means any type of behavior starts out as a thought that’s processed to the point where it’s played out in a person’s daily life. As far as 12 ….

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The 4th Step Inventory: The Nuts & Bolts of Addiction Recovery

Step 4 – “We made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.” For many, the thought of doing a 4th Step inventory may well seem overwhelming considering the hard road addiction has left behind. Sitting down and listing all the wrongs you’ve committed and the people you’ve hurt can be a painful process for ….

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5 Top Lessons from The Big Book of AA

There are many resources that provide help to people who are addicted to alcohol. While some people are able to overcome an addiction on their own, others need as much help as they can get. Once a person makes his or her way through a treatment program, they may wish to continue with a similar ….

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10 Creative Ways to Get Out of a New Year’s Champagne Toast

1. Sparkling Grape Juice Trick This is a very simple way to keep with the tradition of the New Year’s champagne toast. Simply enlist the aid of a bartender or server and ask them to bring you a sparkling white grape juice instead of the traditional champagne. 2. Make a Point that you are Driving ….

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4 Ways Step 10 NA Can Help You Stay on Course

Step 10 – “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.” In its entirety, the 12 Step program walks you through the growth stages involved with building a drug-free existence. By the time a person reaches Step 10 NA, much of the hard work is done. From here on out, ….

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