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Helpful Advice for Maintaining Sobriety Throughout the Holidays.


Helpful Advice for Maintaining Sobriety Throughout the Holidays

With alcohol being a common part of holiday celebrations it can be a very challenging and stressful time of the year for anyone struggling in their recovery. Although it's always best to avoid situations where alcohol may available, during the holidays that's not always possible. In order to remain...

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The 12th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous .


The 12th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principals in all of our affairs. I'm sure we all have our own definition of a spiritual awakening, to me it's a feeling of contentment, happiness, and inner peace that...

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The 11th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous .


The 11th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We admitted we were powerless over alcohol-that our lives had become unmanageable. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 2 - Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 3 - Made a decision to turn our will and our lives...

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The 10th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 10th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it. With Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 we no longer are in denial and have admitted that our lives were unmanageable, we realize now that we couldn't control alcohol, it was controlling us.
With Alcoholics Anonymous...

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The 9th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 9th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Alcoholics...

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The 8th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 8th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Alcoholics Anonymous Step 2 - In...

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Recovery for the Non-User.


Recovery for the Non-User

There are so many families fighting drug abuse and addiction today, we all know someone that's either using or addicted to illegal street drugs, prescription drugs, over the counter medications or alcohol. It's sad because everyone is affected when a family member or close friend has a problem with...

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The 7th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 7th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Humbly Asked Him to Remove Our Shortcomings Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Alcoholics Anonymous Step 2 - In the second step we searched deep within...

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The 6th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 6th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Were Entirely Ready to Have God Remove all These Defects of Character Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Alcoholics Anonymous Step 2 - In the second step we...

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The Dry Drunk - Alcoholism and Addiction.


The Dry Drunk - Alcoholism and Addiction

Are You or Is Someone In Your Life a 'Dry Drunk'? If you have an alcoholic in your life whether it be a spouse, family member, loved one, co-worker or friend, you have probably thought at one time or another, "if they would just stop drinking everything would be ok".
This isn't necessarily...

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