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    When my admission that I was an alcoholic and my life became so unmanageable went from my head to my heart and believed and accepted it , thats when i was ready for step 2



    When you are fully convinced that you are in a hopeless state from which their is no way of getting yourself out, you have taken Step 1. When you know in your heart, that you are doomed to drink again and there is little you can do about it, you have taken Step 1. When you are forced, without other options, directly into Step 2, then you have taken Step 1.

    The formal directions say, ‘we had to concede to our innermost selves that we were alcoholic.’ It is essential to know what the BB means by being alcoholic. I’ve learned that some intensive study of the Dr.’s Opinion and the first 3 chapters, while asking myself questions and comparing my experience and mental attitudes to those in the book, is a great way to spark that required desperation.



    I heard someone say in a meeting yesterday, Step one is lack of power, step two is power.

    We are powerless at 1, so we go to 2 and seek the power.

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