Asking for Help - Recovered 592
Release Date: 04/15/2015
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What I have learned is that doing the next right thing brings about self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-love. This is a gift beyond measure. But the process of discernment can be tricky.info_outline Gigi Open Talk - Recovered 1208
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And when we learn to finally drop those "rocks," we can become who we want to be, and our acts of humility, willingness, and courage will have a healing ripple effect on one another. And that's where the Steps come in: Step 6, Step 7, and Step 10 are designed to help you manage your shortcomings with grace and humility.info_outline Sobriety is For Anyone - Recovered 1202
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Scott L. from Nashville, TN and Bob D. from Las Vegas, NV doing a Big Book Workshop Weekend in Altamore Springs, FL - January 21st-23rd 2005info_outline
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Asking for help is fundamental to the program. . No one is going to force recovery on you, you need to ask.
We don’t know what you need, you need to figure that out and ask.
But start before the disease, before the program, let’s go way back and see what our experience was like when we were young.
When you were a kid, was it easy for you to ask for help? Like asking for help at school or help with homework?
What was it like before program, did you know you needed help?
Did you ask for help before you came in?
Did you ever ask for help as part of your share at a meeting? What happened?
In your early recovery, what prevented you from asking for help?
Where you afraid what would happened if you asked for help?
In your early recovery, what kind of things do you ask for?
How do you figure out what you need help with?
Have you ever asked anyone for help working the steps?
Have you ever asked someone other than your sponsor for help on a step?
How do you find someone you can trust when asking for help?
What about therapy, have you tried this?
We have Calls!
Carl from California
How do you say thanks to the person who helped you?
Has anyone asked you for help? Explain.
Have you asked a group for help?
Have you ever said no to someone asking for help?
What would you say to the new guy?