Step 2 of AA’s 12 Steps : A personal story
About Step 2 of AA’s 12 Steps Recovery : A personal story A Personal Story of how an unwilling, defiant A.A. took Step Two When I first came to A.A., I didn’t believe that I was an alcoholic but I could agree that I was slightly nuts.
Step Two Questions
Thank you for the Step 2 questions, Dot. 1. Have past experiences affected my concept of a Higher Power? Yes, because without the help of a Higher Power, many things that came across my path would have been too much for me to handle. As it was, things just
AA Step 2: I’m a spiritual burnout and my higher power …
AA Step 2: I’m a spiritual burnout and my higher power an’t saying much Posted by Sober Tony on March 21, 2017 Leave a Comment Five weeks into my self …
Suggested Topics for AA Discussion Meetings
· PDF 檔案2 O ver the years, many of us have attended or chaired hun-dreds of AA discussion meetings. Good sponsors teach us that, if we are to be a Chairperson, we should prepare a topic for the meeting. Thoughtful preparation of a topic shows respect for the
A Woman’s Way Through the Twelve Steps
· Step 2 What can we believe in? Whom can we trust? The problem is that life is more difficult and empty without someone or something to trust and believe in. (p. 27) Step 3 Of course, simple things aren’t always easy. This Step says we turn our will over.
Step Two Questions
2. What should it take to allow my concept of my Higher Power tp change? 3. Have past experiences affected my concept of a Higher Power/ if so, how? 4. What do I hope to gain from accepting the concept of a Power greater than myself? 5. Do I sense 7.
The 12 Steps of AA
· Taking a closer look at the 12 steps of AA, breaking things down and showing you how it can support you in recovery to live a clean and sober life. If you are new to 12 Step programs or are coming back to the program, this two part series takes a closer look at the 12 steps of AA, breaking things down and showing you how, with a little work, it can support you to live a clean and sober life.
· PDF 檔案STEP 2 Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. [Hope There’s help for my problem.] STEP 3 Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God, as
Step One – Brief Outline We admitted we were powerless over alcohol -that our lives had become unmanageable. 1. Every “natural” instinct cries out against the idea of personal powerlessness (defects of the thinking mind.) 2. We perceive that only
Do you really want to be able to manage your character defects …
· PDF 檔案2_____ 3_____ ADDRESS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHARACTER DEFECT WITH THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND PROCESS EACH THROUGH STEP 6 AND STEP 7 IDENTIFY A CHARACTER DEFECT THAT YOU ARE EXHIBITING IN YOUR LIFE
Step 4 AA – 4th step inventory worksheet & questions
Step 4 AA – learn how to do the 4th step inventory in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the best Fourth step worksheets and prayers for recovery. Different sponsors may approach the 4th step differently with their sponsees, depending on what they believe will be most beneficial for the person whom they are sponsoring.
Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
Step 1: We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable. Step 2: Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Step 3: Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God .
Ask The Question Name The Fear What Has This Cost Me
· PDF 檔案NOT SCARY STEP 3 WORKSHEET page 1 The first requirement is that we be convinced that any life run on self-will can hardly be a success. ~ Alcoholics Anonymous, 2012, p 60 Questions that help uncover our self-sufficient will (t hinking) and our control-driven
12-Step Study Workshop
AA Big Book: Chapter 5, “How It Works,” in Step 3, page 63 first paragraph through the third step prayer in the second paragraph. Workshop buddy questions this week: 1. What was the remarkable thing that happened in your life today, March 9? (Use the day 2.
Step-Work Downloads — BIG BOOK AWAKENING SAN …
(The 1-2-3 Questionnaire Guide replaces the Idiot’s Guide) STEPS 1, 2 & 3 The “New” 1-2-3 Questionnaire 4. All the links below need to printed: STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 **You do not need to print the following step material until you are instructed to do so**
The 2nd Step Proposition Exercise
Let’s paraphrase what Dr. Tiebout just said: 1.) If we don’t “truly accept” Step Two at “our deepest inner structure” we can’t “sustain that inner feeling of acceptance” and “remain sober”. 2.) We must give up “reliance on one’s omnipotence” through Step Three and …