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Step 5: Admitting the exact nature of our wrongs

  Once we’ve examined our lives and come to an open, and honest, inventory of how our lives are going, it’s time to “face the music.” Step Five is: “Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.” Put another way, Step...

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Step 4: Taking a Moral Inventory

After surrender, the next of the twelve steps involves taking inventory to start to determine where the addictive urge is stemming from. Step Four reads: “Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.” A second way of phrasing Step Four is: “Search...

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Step One: Powerless in the Face of Our Addictions

The first step in the twelve steps is the one commonly referred to as “Powerlessness.” Some alternative twelve-step addiction centers will refer to it as “Honesty.” The first step, as it was originally written is: “We admitted we were powerless over our alcohol – that...

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Intro: An In-Depth Look at the Twelve Steps

A lot of people are familiar with the term “Twelve Steps,” but they aren’t sure what the steps are or how they apply in their own recovery processes. It’s important to remember that the Twelve Steps, first developed by Bill W. of Alcoholics Anonymous, are a tool for...

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The Importance of Your Alumni Recovery Group One of the best ways to continue your recovery journey while having supportive people around you is to maintain your relationship with your alumni recovery group. After meeting your recovery milestone, it is important to...

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What’s Your Addiction Recovery Capital?

Many people considering treatment for addiction recovery never look for help because they don’t believe they can possibly succeed, especially if they already tried and failed at drug or alcohol rehab in the past. But be reassured: Achieving recovery often takes...

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