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Questions to ask yourself while working Step 10



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    Anonymous

    Step Ten ~ Part 1: Questions

    “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.”

    1. If we are to experience permanent recovery from alcoholism, what do we need to do?

    2. The first nine steps of our program gave us a new beginning, laid patterns for us to follow in the future. What does Step Ten call for?

    3. Tell us what the word perseverance means and how it is associated with our recovery and this step?

    4. In the AA 12 & 12, it talks of an emotional hangover. The direct results of yesterday’s and sometimes today’s excess of negative emotions. List some of these negative emotions and explain how they affect your recovery.

    5. One last question for this week, if we have these negative emotions when are we to take care of them and why?



    #4197339

    Anonymous

    Step Ten ~ Part 2: Questions

    “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.”

    1. What is the purpose of Step 10?

    2. For years we tried going it alone. I have learned through working these steps what healing and help there is in a loving connection with our Higher Power and others who shared our lives. How do we continue to strengthen these connections?

    3. Ways to take personal Inventory. A. Spot check. B. Writing out our 10th step inventory. C. A daily reviewing our emotions and behavior of the past 24 hours. What distinguished one from another?



    #4197340

    Anonymous

    Step Ten ~ Part 3: Questions

    “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.”

    When we were wrong promptly admitted it.

    1. By promptly admitting our wrongs, what will this do to our relationships with others?

    2. If we don’t admit our wrongs promptly what will happen to us?



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