A Spiritual Agnostic “We used to amuse ourselves by cynically dissecting spiritual beliefs and practices when we might have observed that many spiritually-minded persons of all races, colours, and creeds were demonstrating a degree of stability, happiness and usefulness which we should have sought ourselves. “Instead, we looked at the human defects of these people, …∞
In spite of the strong emphasis in AA on spiritual beliefs and practices, findings are mixed about the importance of such beliefs in predicting AA affiliation. This study of the Project MATCH alcoholics tested three possibilities about the role of client God belief and subsequent AA attendance and benefit, taking into account that some individuals …∞
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The effects of spirituality in Alcoholics Anonymous on alcohol dependence New research shows that attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings may increase spirituality and help decrease frequency and intensity of alcohol use Alcoholics Anonymous is a widely known 12-step program that can help individuals control their dependence on alcohol, and spirituality is a large part A new …∞
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