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Step 11 of AA: Connect With Higher Power

Step 11 AA – 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), founded in 1935, is an organization formed by former addiction sufferers and aimed at helping others recover from addiction. The main development of the organization is its 12-step program which serves as a workable plan for alcohol addiction recovery. Each of the steps […]

Guide for Step 10 of AA

Step 10 of Alcoholics Anonymous The 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous is designed to help people who struggle with alcohol use disorder (AUD) break unhealthy patterns of behavior and overcome the cycle of addiction. Every step is designed to further their personal growth and brings them closer to maintaining long-term sobriety. The 10th step of […]

Alcoholics Anonymous Step 6: Become Ready to Remove Your Flaws

Step 6 AA – 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous According to SAMHSA’s 2020 National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 50% of Americans aged 12 or older, which is almost 140 million people, reported consuming alcohol in the past month. Some of them drink alcoholic beverages in moderate amounts, while others engage in […]

Step 9 AA – 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a worldwide fellowship of individuals who have been affected by alcohol use disorder (AUD). Founded in 1935, AA is open to anyone who wants to stop drinking and provides a supportive environment for its members.1,2 AA is based on a 12-step program, which includes encouraging the members to admit powerlessness over […]