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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      02-02-12 | By

      Came To Believe- Step Two

      “Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” This is the second step from Alcoholics Anonymous (and other twelve-step programs) and it follows Step One in which members surrender to being powerless over alcohol (or other addictions). Believing in a higher power can help make life more bearable. Step Two offers … Continued

      10-25-11 | By

      When Do You Know If You Have To Re Work Your Steps?

      re working your steps

      In 12-Step circles, clean time is a type of emotional and psychological currency that recovering addicts cherish more that all the material riches in the world. If you have some substantial clean time under their belt, you can think back when you took your first tentative steps in your recovery journey and the emotional tug-of … Continued

      10-21-11 | By

      How Important is a Home Group? Do it.

      How bad do you want it? How bad do you want to stay sober? Are you really doing everything you can for your recovery? You can say what you want, but the proof is in the pudding. To measure your willingness, take a look at your actions! One of the suggestions you’ll hear in any … Continued