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The 12 Step Programme And The Purpose

The "12 steps" and "12 traditions" are one of the eldest programs for treating addiction, and is highly regarded as one of the best styles to approach any sort of addiction.


The finest method to beat dependence from alcohol is the 12 Steps which was shaped by the forefathers of Alcoholic Anonymous Other groups that were formed to battle dependence on drugs and alcohol incorporated the guidelines into their rules due to the general acceptance and wonderful result of the 12-step program. The 12-step program is heavily reliant on being spiritual, but despite this, a lot of nonreligious people find this approach extremely useful. The language use incorporated the term "God" in many ways, so that each group, each individual and each religious belief can interpret it in a way they will understand.


The 12 Step approaches are applied to numerous dependence and obsessive conducts going from Cocaine Anonymous to Debtors Anonymous.


Is The Concept Functional

Due to the anonymous nature of the group, our data gathered is not sufficient for a conclusive report. Experiences of former addicts who broke their addiction using the principles contained in the traditions is a proof that it works.

The basic principles of support system, motivation and accountability are being employed in aid for people who are committed to getting well. The regular meetings and communication within the community helps keep spirits high and take people away from relapsing.


Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve Step Programme

12 Steps cannot be coped with in a specific way as each one has a particular method of getting help from the program as retrieval is lasts a lifetime. It is common for patients to have to go back and redo certain steps or even take on more than one step at a time.

Take a look at explanation of 12 Alcoholics Anonymous steps

  • We gave up to alcohol - our lives have become uncontrollable.
  • Belief in supernatural power to strengthen your resolve to walk through the recovery path.
  • Decided to give over our own will and our lives to the trust of God as we see and understand.
  • Made a full and thorough inventory of our moral capability.
  • Accept our sins in the eyes of everyone including God and work for atonement.
  • Be willing to let go hold on your life control to God.
  • We humbly ask that he removes our shortcomings.
  • Create a list of everyone we have hurt and pursue a path to make things right with them.
  • Made sufficient amends with these people when possible, except when this would harm them or other close to them.
  • Make a daily examination of ourselves and acknowledge our shortcomings and accept it.
  • Seek consolation from God through prayer and quiet time to understand and increase your knowledge of God's love help you to get a new sense of direction and perspective in future life.
  • We bring this message to alcohol addicts and carry out these values in our daily life through the spiritual consciousness that emerged from these steps.

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The 12 Expected Practices

This aspect of the program addresses the group in contrast to the individual approach of the 12-step program. The bible of Alcoholics Anonymous is the so called Big Book which contains the traditions.

These traditions have been used by some groups that use the 12 steps as part of their method to help people overcome addiction.

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Below are the 12 Traditions of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

  • The group's well-being is our top priority as it is where our individual success is dependent.
  • AA ultimate goal focuses on the authority of the love of God expressed through the group's common collective participation activities in sessions.
  • AA has trusted servants who share concerns with the led.
  • The will to give up drinking is the only condition for AA memberships.
  • Every chapter or branch of AA is independent with the exception of matters that impacts other chapters or the entire AA community.
  • There is only one purpose per group, and that is the help those are still under the clutches of alcohol.
  • Each AA group should never be strayed from our main goal which could be affected from money issues, possession, and fame and the AA name should not be associated to any external firm or facility.
  • External financial help has to be refused because every AA group should completely rely on itself.
  • We should maintain our "non professionalism", but the service centres we offer can employ specialist workers.
  • As a result, we should never be organized; but can pull together to make committees and serving boards in response to those they serve.
  • AA does not engage on matters outside the group's primary concerns and do not take part in public debate.
  • AA representation through the press, radio and film is anonymous and there is no hierarchy structure in place to govern different group's public relations.
  • Our principles come first before personalities, our anonymity lays the foundation of our traditions as a group.

Seeking Treatment

It is important to make the decision now and take advantage of a therapeutic program that incorporates the 12-step process. You will discover the right program that suits you with more than 50,000 Alcoholics Anonymous groups spread all over the nation (and thousands of other Anonymous groups that work with different substance abuse).