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Making amends for a resentment?



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    Anonymous

    Thank you both, sugErspun and McGowdog for your replies.

    You have caused me to realise that I need to back up a bit and reexamine the way I did my 4th step. I am a beginner at this (2 months sober) and have been attending (aside from my home group meetings) a ‘Back To Basics’ meeting in which one is taken through all of the steps in a month of weekly meetings (plus, of course, work with one’s sponsor).

    Your replies have really helped to clarify steps four, eight and nine for me.
    Thank you.

    –Sphal



    #4567048

    Anonymous

    “Be brief, be brilliant, be gone.”

    ZOMG, someone else who has seen The Tao Of Steve, that was a funny movie.

    Thank you for raising the question, Sphal, I got a lot out of the answers, too.



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    Anonymous

    @sphalerite 2443546 wrote:

    Thank you both, sugErspun and McGowdog for your replies.

    You have caused me to realise that I need to back up a bit and reexamine the way I did my 4th step. I am a beginner at this (2 months sober) and have been attending (aside from my home group meetings) a ‘Back To Basics’ meeting in which one is taken through all of the steps in a month of weekly meetings (plus, of course, work with one’s sponsor).

    Your replies have really helped to clarify steps four, eight and nine for me.
    Thank you.

    –Sphal

    Over ten yrs ago I did the same thing, quit drinking and launched right into the steps, there were voices that said don’t change anything for the first yr.
    But the old timers said the most opportune time for willingness was as soon as I quit puking. SO like yourself I worked the steps like my butt was on fire.
    Its the best thing I ever did. I also attended back to basics meetings format, we used the big book and worked the steps without foot dragging.
    Keep the faith.



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