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The Steps Involved in Alcoholic Anonymous

There are twelve steps that form the AA. The steps seek to address alcohol addiction.We will look at the steps forthwith.

You need to recognize that alcohol has power over you.Consider the dilemma as an obsession and also an allergy. It leaves its victims devastated.

You will then need to believe that there exists a greater power that can deliver you from alcohol. It leads to surrender. This step is hard since alcoholics try to overcome alcohol on their own.It is easy to recover from alcohol if you depend on something more powerful.

Turning to God is the other step. It is letting God sit on the throne. As God takes over, you don’t need to fear tomorrow.

conducting a fearless and honest moral inventory of yourself is the fourth step. Let all wrongs be accepted and acknowledged.Write down your resentments and commit them to God.Know that you are not alone in this.

The other step is to admit to God, to yourself, and to other human beings the exact nature of your wrongs. You cannot attain to this step if you do not believe in God. You will need to accept that God is forgiving you after listening to you with grace.He is ready to show compassion to you.

Be ready to allow God to address your character defects. God only removes the defects after you willingly release them to him.

After this, the next thing is to ask that God removes your shortcoming. It will need to be done humbly. Accepting the gift of humility is part of the recovery process for the alcoholic.

You will now need to make a list that will help you go making amends with all the people you have harmed.You need to be part of the list that you have harmed and seek amends with.

Ensure now you make direct amends to the people you harmed.This needs delicate handling, taking care not to cause more harm in the process.

Continually take inventory of yourself and accept when wrong.

The other thing is to try to maintain contact with God through prayer and meditation.
Ensure that you take the message of your recovery to other alcoholics.Share your experiences with other alcoholics and encourage them.

The movement of The Alcoholics Anonymous is geared towards recovery. You will need to surrender, be honest, be humble, and have faith.

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