Living in Recovery
Partner with Us
Peer to Peer
A Recovery Parable
April 4, 2019
Just Because It’s Hidden Doesn’t Mean It’s Not There
March 21, 2019
Remember to Forget
March 20, 2019
Now I Become Myself
March 1, 2019
I Came to Believe
February 12, 2019
The New Year's Step One
January 8, 2019
Shaken not slurred: James Bond had ‘a severe chronic alcohol problem,’ public health experts say
December 12, 2018
Finally a Miracle
December 7, 2018
A reminder for Thanksgiving
November 26, 2018
Drawing life lessons from Jacob’s story
November 16, 2018
What does it mean to play God?
February 1, 2018
A Family's Journey
March 15, 2018
Rabbi Shais Taub
The Twelve Steps Made Simple
There’s a power that will kill me.
There is a power that wants me to live.
Which do I want? (If you want to die, stop here. If you want to live go on.)
Using examples from your own life, understand that selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, and fear control your actions.
Tell all your private, embarrassing secrets to another person.
Decide whether or not you want to live that way anymore.
If you want your life to change, ask a Power greater than yourself to change it for you. (If you could have changed it yourself, you would have long ago.)
Figure out how to make right all the things you did wrong.
Fix what you can without causing more trouble in the process.
Understand that making mistakes is part of being human. (When you make a mistake, fix it, immediately if you can.)
Ask for help to treat yourself and others like you the way you want your Higher Power to treat you.
Don’t stop doing 1 through 11 and pass it on.
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