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Step 9 AA | Making Amends | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 9 AA: Making Amends

Step 9 of the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous reads as follows: “Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.” While working through the twelve steps, you must actively repair strained and broken relationships at

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Step 8 AA | Making Amends | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 8 AA: Making a List

Step 8 of the twelve steps of AA asks participants to do the following: “[Make] a list of all persons we…harmed and [be] willing to make amends to them all.” The purpose of step 8 is to recognize that the effects of addiction aren’t confined

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Step 7 AA | Removing Shortcomings | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 7 AA: Removing Shortcomings

Step 7 of Alcoholics Anonymous states as follows: “[We] Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.” This step of AA’s Twelve Step program is about reducing character defects by embracing humility and spirituality. Working through step 7 requires a constant commitment to being brave, honest,

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Step 6 AA | Removing Our Defects | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 6 AA: Removing Our Defects

The sixth step in the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous as follows: “We were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.” This is the halfway point along the 12 step recovery journey. Step four asked participants to make a moral inventory,

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Step 5 AA | Admitting Our Wrongs | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 5 AA: Admitting Our Wrongs

The fifth step in the 12 efforts of Alcoholics Anonymous states as follows: “We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.” In doing this, we are humbling ourselves by wholly recognizing that we have behaved in

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Step 4 AA | Taking Moral Inventory | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 4 AA: Taking Moral Inventory

Step 4 of AA states as follows: “[We] made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.” The fourth step in the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 steps to sobriety requires the member to recognize their weaknesses. This action frequently demands exceptional courage and humility. Facing Ourselves

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Step 3 AA | Faith in a Higher Power | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 3 AA: Having Faith in a Higher Power

Step 3 in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous states as follows: “[We]…made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.” In step 3 of AA, members are asked to decide to be amenable

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Step 2 AA | Restoring Sanity | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 2 AA: Restoring Sanity

The second step of Alcoholics Anonymous states as follows: “We came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” At an initial glance, this step may discourage some individuals trying to recover from alcohol abuse or other addictions from participating

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Step 1 AA | Admitting Powerlessness | Just Believe Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 1 AA: Admitting Powerlessness

Step 1 of the 12 steps of AA reads as follows: “We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.” Beginning the Recovery Journey Step 1 is the first step in the recovery process. It is a step toward a healthier, more

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Warning Signs That a Loved One Is High on Drugs | Just Believe Recovery
Abused Substances

Warning Signs That a Loved One Is High on Drugs

Drug addiction often begins with experimental substance use in social environments. While virtually any psychoactive substance can be abused, some drugs have a higher risk of dependency and addiction than others. It’s critical to identify which substance is being abused as soon as possible, so

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