How they deal with issues like lack of self-confidence and low self-esteem?
Fellowship USE only Copyright December 1998 Victor Hugo Sewell,.
Yet again we surrender in our inventory and amends Steps.
There is a surrender before each of the Twelve Steps.We learn that it is okay not to like everyone yet we must love everyone.Our writing is our effort to help others discover recovery and to go further down our own paths than we could with fewer recovery tools.Even the roughest and toughest of us needs love and without the ability to admit our needs, there is little chance that our needs will be met.Are we ready to consider that the drugs have lost their ability to give us what we want?In recovery, we enjoy a state of continual growth with periodic rest periods.Although the lures may look good to us, we learn to avoid john green the fault in our stars book them.
We recognize ever more clearly, our similarities regardless of the form that our own active addiction took.
We know too well the bitter pain that comes when we act out of greed, lust and pride.
Common sense should be used to stay away from known weaknesses.
We continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted.
If we get up, do our prayer and meditation, read even briefly and think of someone we are trying to help in life or in recovery, our energy level goes way up beyond our normal.
There is a whole recovery culture consisting of people who are devoted to getting and staying clean.
We have learned that it is better to do our best daily and take it easy.Our focus must remain on staying clean and helping others because this is the antidote for wallowing in despair and taking what we need by deception.The knowledge that a meeting will be there helps as well.NA, as such, ought never be organized, but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.Through surrendering, we are able to disengage the forces that used to use.As long as we are clean, there is hope for complete freedom.The final responsibility and authority for NA services rests with the NA groups.