Recovery support groups provide tangible benefits, but are 12-step groups and A.A. the only way? No! There are many other paths to recovery! Learn more about alternatives to A.A. here.
An exploration of some of the most effective alternatives to A.A. here, with a section at the end for your questions.
How can you move BEYOND the unconscious patterns determined by early childhood and the development of the ego? A look at what’s on the other side of duality here.
How can a phone app help you in recovery? We talk with someone who’s trying to make 12 step meetings accessible to all…no matter location or timing. More on how technology can help addicts in recovery here.
Descriptions of speaker meetings, Big Book study vs. step studies, and topic/discussion meetings. Plus, a description of specific A.A. groups and their functions here.
Gratitude = positive attitude. How can you start to incorporate gratefulness every day? Learn how to make a gratitude list in 7 easy steps here.
How do you know when you still resent others? When a person or situation is not allowed safe passage through your consciousness. More on why it’s so hard to stop blaming…and how to resolve the cause of resentment here.
Many addiction recovery advocates are speaking out for recovery. So, is anonmyity helpful or hurtful? We ask questions about anonymity and invite your feedback here.
A step-by-step instructional guide for creating a daily practice of gratitude.
Living awake, aware and God conscious is a sure path to spiritual awakening and sober recovery. In this article, danny j schwarzhoff, author of “Real Meditation for Real Alcoholics,” presents the case for meditation in recovery and points toward answering the question of why and how to establish and improve conscious contact with God.