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The 5th Step of Alcohol Anonymous.


The 5th Step of Alcohol Anonymous

Admitted to God, To Ourselves and To Another Human Being The Exact Nature Of Our Wrongs Step 1 of Alcoholics Anonymous - 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.
Step 2 of Alcoholics Anonymous...

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The 4th Step of Alcohol Anonymous.


The 4th Step of Alcohol Anonymous

Alcohol 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. Alcohol Anonymous Step 2-In the second step we searched deep within ourselves and found our own higher power whom-ever or...

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CNS Depressants and Alcohol is A Lethal Mix.


CNS Depressants and Alcohol is A Lethal Mix

CNS Depressant Abuse, Stress, Depression, Anxiety and Other Mood Disorders More and more people today are finding that due to financial problems and trying to make ends meet it's affecting them emotionally. A lot of people have had to seek medical help due to depression, anxiety, and panic attacks...

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The 3rd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 3rd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Third Step of AA Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him
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.
Step 2 In the second step we...

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The 2nd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 2nd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Came To Believe That A Power Greater Than Ourselves Could Restore Us To Sanity The second step of Alcoholics Anonymous is not always so easy. Many people attend AA meetings daily for months before they are ready to attempt Step 2. This is ok, as long as you 'keep coming back' eventually you will...

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The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Let's start 2011 off right, each month we will talk about the 12 Steps of A.A. one Step at a time and how you too can find healing and Recovery from Alcohol Abuse. Alcoholics Anonymous is a wonderful fellowship of men and women who share the same desires, they want to stop drinking. Working the 12...

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Alcohol Dependency and Abuse Throughout the Holiday's.


Alcohol Dependency and Abuse Throughout the Holiday's


A New Year's Prediction That Never Fails Holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years can bring out the best in us and unfortunately the worst in us. Alcohol use throughout the holiday season sky-rockets for several reasons.
Many people don't even consume alcohol any other time...

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Pregnancy, Addiction and Responsibility.


Pregnancy, Addiction and Responsibility

In a previous blog done sometime ago, important information was given relating to pregnancy and drug addiction. Because of the many comment responses, I thought it necessary to talk about it again.
I would like to begin by saying; I can’t imagine how hard, frightening and fearful this...

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The Journey of Addiction and Life.


The Journey of Addiction and Life

There is nowhere to get to the journey is all there ever is. There are those who will tell you that you must have a destination. I believe that if we are focused on a destination, we may become caught up in trying to get there and miss something or everything along the way.
Have you ever been...

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Family Therapy with Drug Abuse and Addiction.


Family Therapy with Drug Abuse and Addiction

The role of the family when dealing with drug abuse and addiction is a huge one. Family therapy can have a huge impact in conquering the drug abuse and addiction that has affected, most likely, every aspect of your family dynamics. It’s not an easy road to walk on, but when family therapy is...

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