Understanding the Twelve Steps An Interpretation and Guide for Recovering
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Description: Millions of people have transformed their lives by working the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Their success has come from their ability to truly understand these principles and to apply them in their daily lives. Yet for many embarking on the road to recovery, the Steps can seem vague, even confusing. This practical, no-nonsense guide takes the mystery out of the Twelve Steps, presenting a straightforward explanation of what each step means, as well as examples of how it translates to real life. Written by a certified alcoholism and drug abuse counselor with more than twenty years of experience, it offers a wealth of wisdom, knowledge, and genuine support for anyone in recovery. Understanding the Twelve Steps features: Clear, easy-to-understand interpretation of the Twelve Steps -- the vital building blocks of recovery Checklists that summarize the tasks and objectives of each step The Twelve Promises -- the positive changes you can expect in your life if you follow the Twelve Steps What happens at Twelve Step meetings and why it is important to have a sponsor The experiences, strength, and hope of other recovering people
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Copyright year: 1991
Publication date: 4/15/1991
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|What Is a Twelve Step Program?|
|The ""Twelve Step Plus"" Approach|
|What Happens at Twelve Step Meetings?|
|An Overview of the Twelve Steps|
|Step One: I Can't|
|Step Two: Somebody Else Can|
|Step Three: I'll Let Them Help Me|
|Step Four: Taking Inventory|
|Step Five: Sharing|
|Step Six: The Willingness to Change|
|Step Seven: Asking|
|Step Eight: Identifying Those We Have Harmed|
|Step Nine: Making Amends|
|Step Ten: Daily Review|
|Step Eleven: Growth|
|Step Twelve: Carrying|