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Step 4 method-duration



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    Anonymous

    Kadybug,
    Yes, I relate to all you said, I cannot “hang around” too long, I need to move on and re-visit and when I do, I remember stuff and see why.
    It will never end maybe, and that’s ok, I don’t have a issue with that. Just wanted to be sure, it seems we are sure!

    Thanks

    bballdad,

    yes, me to, life is changing outside AA, for the better. There are some new circumstances each day and it is the way I handle the new situations, much more differently than the old ways before taking inventory and “looooking” at it.
    The “awakening” on each issue may come at any time, sometimes suddenly, sometimes not, just as the BB say’s.

    Thanks

    And Thank You 12 Step National Meetings…



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    Anonymous

    Is it possible to only have 20 on your resentment list. I’ve HAD alot of resentments in the past, but I”ve let them go, REALLY. Do I include these I’ve let go of. My sponsor says I should have at least 200?????



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    Anonymous

    I’ve HAD alot of resentments in the past, but I”ve let them go, REALLY.

    That’s what I thought, but then looked deeper into the actual word “resentment”.
    Resentment – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Causes
    Resentment can result from a variety of situations, involving a perceived wrong done to an individual, and often are sparked by expressions of injustice or humiliation. Common sources of resentment include publicly humiliating incidents such as accepting negative treatment without voicing any protest, an object of regular discrimination or prejudice, envy/jealousy, feeling used or taken advantage of by others, and having achievements go unrecognized, while others succeed without working as hard. Resentment can also be generated by dyadic interactions, such as emotional rejection or denial by another person, deliberate embarrassment or belittling by another person, or ignorance, putting down, or scorn by another person.

    In particular, the deliberate embarrassment or belittling by another person,

    Is the tough one. Others will try to cause a resentment in order to gain “preference” from others, and the others are not aware, therefore fall for the illusion, ( “poison dart/gossip/character assasination/s”)



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