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    I hope i did not misle anybody by making them believe that i did a step a year, quite contrary to the fact. I could never hold on that long. lol I was brought through at a very rapid pace after having my first step experience. It wasnt until I had that experience was I able to give myself completely to this simple program. Why else would i go to a HP or take direction from another man unless i was totally emptied of my own ideas.



    Thank you for the clarification. I was worried about someone getting the impression that a step a year is a positive thing for their sobriety. I do appreciate your post and it makes much more sense now. Thanks



    There really isn’t any real rules of how quickly you work the steps. Just that you work them as honestly, thoroughly, and with as much willingness as possible. That step a year thing sounds like the ideas of a few members rather then the program of AA.

    The time it takes me to work the steps is the time God decided I needed to take. If I ever decide to work, skip, half a$$ any of them , that’s not Gods decision that’s mine. And from experience I already know what happens when I try to work the program my way.

    The BB can seperate what the right way is and the ways of other people that think there way is better. You can find the people in the fellowship that do the steps the right way by their actions.


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