The NarAnon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. As a Twelve-Step Program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength, and hope. NarAnon’s Purpose Nar-Anon is a twelve-step program designed to help relatives and friends of addicts recover from the effects of living with an addicted relative …∞
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I encourage everyone IF you really want to see those beautiful changes occurring in ALL your relationships, work the steps!
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80 Days That Changed The World – from Time Magazine Events and people who “left the vivid air signed with their honor.” June 10, 1935 Bill W. and Dr Bob. Bill Wilson, a stockbroker and a drunk from Brooklyn, N.Y., thought he had found the secret of kicking the bottle. But on a business trip …∞
Anxiety Disorders that can be associated with substance abuse and co-dependency. Anxiety disorders can easily be associated with slips, busts or relapse. To maintain sobriety these need to be addressed either through the 12 Steps with your sponsor or with professional help. There are many types of anxiety disorders that include panic disorder, obsessive compulsive …∞
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: The story of how more than one hundred men have recovered from alcoholism. 400 pp. New York Works Publishing Co., 1939, $3.50. The psychological aspect of alcoholism taxes the entire skill and intuition of the therapist, and the authors of this book claim that in the long run the ex-alcoholic patient who is …∞
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A.A.’s 12-Steps – A Program of Action A.A.’s Twelve Steps, which constitute its program of recovery, are in no way a statement of belief; they simply describe what the founding members did to get sober and stay sober. They contain no new ideas: surrender, self-inventory, confession to someone outside ourselves, and some form of prayer …∞
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12-Step Treatment More Effective than Alternative, Study Says Researchers from Stanford University found that a 12-step oriented treatment program that included attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings boosted two-year sobriety rates by 30 percent compared to cognitive-behavioural (CB) programs, the BBC reported Jan. 29. "attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings boosted two-year sobriety rates by 30 percent" Twelve-step oriented …∞
If we work hard at the 12 Steps suggested to us; We’ll be amazed at and proud of changes in our lives We’ll be freer and happier than we could imagine Our mistakes won’t haunt us We’ll feel calmer and more confident What we’ve been through will help us help others We’ll stop feeling stupid …∞
For many of us, the realization of our present condition (HIV positive) left us feeling dejected and depressed.
Brief Twelve Step Facilitation (Brief TSF) is a manual written by a recovered alcoholic and professionally trained therapist. In plain language Brief TSF is complimentary to peer helping by recovering alcoholics, addicts, gamblers and co-dependents. This e-booklet informs and energises with a process to assist identification of problems, break down denial and connect with 12 …∞
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