The 12 steps of recovery programs are generally based on the original principles founded by the original members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Its originated in early 20th-century America. It became recognised alcoholism was not a weakness of character but in fact a disease. Like any disease it can be treated, and many believe alcohol addiction cannot be cured. It is widely recognised that the best approach to giving up drinking is to stop drinking entirely and live a life of sobriety. Giving up drinking is not a quick fix and requires a lifelong commitment. There may be many temptations on the path to recovery but using tried and tested techniques of living by the principles of the 12 step programs the condition can be arrested.
In this blog series we look at the 12 steps one by one-the-.
Step 6. Were entirely ready to have gone to remove all these defects of character.
Accepting the help and present of a higher spiritual force may be getting easier by this stage on the path to recovery of a 12 step program. Working towards a goal of living by better standards and a higher moral code can still be difficult for some, though. If someone is still struggling with the spiritual aspects of programme they must look at what they hold dear and examine the reasons, positive reasons that they have got so far on the road to recovery.
It is said that alcohol addiction can never be cured, but can be treated. For most, the best solution is complete avoidance of alcohol and giving up drinking entirely. It can be difficult for some people to be around others who are drinking and may find it easier to avoid social occasions in the initial stages of recover. When someone seeks help for alcohol addiction, perfect friends and family can be great support in helping them live a more sober life.
Accepting help in removing the defects of character associated with alcohol abuse, a participant of the 12 step program to move on and lead a healthier, happier, sober life. At here and it’s to the 12 principles of the 12 step program can ensure success in recovery.