STEPS by the BIG BOOK
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|Step 4 Resentments - Steps by the Big Book||12-STEP_4_RESENTMENTS_A-B_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Resentments - Steps by the Big Book||12-STEP_4_RESENTMENTS_A-B_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Fear - Steps by the Big Book||13-STEP_4_FEAR_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Fear - Steps by the Big Book||13-STEP_4_FEAR_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Sex/Relationships - Steps by the Big Book||14-STEP_4_SEX_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Sex/Relationships - Steps by the Big Book||14-STEP_4_SEX_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Review - Steps by the Big Book||15-STEP_4_REVIEW_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Review - Steps by the Big Book||15-STEP_4_REVIEW_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Annotated - Steps by the Big Book||29-STEP_4_BigBook_ANNOTATED_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Annotated - Steps by the Big Book||29-STEP_4_BigBook_ANNOTATED_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Review Pamphlet - Steps by the Big Book||29-Step_4_REVIEW_PAMPHLET_09-2010.doc|
|Step 4 Review Pamphlet - Steps by the Big Book||29-Step_4_REVIEW_PAMPHLET_09-2010.pdf|
|Step 4 Flowchart - Steps by the Big Book||34-Step_flowchart-Step_4.doc|
|Step 4 Flowchart - Steps by the Big Book||34-Step_flowchart-Step_4.pdf|
NEW! Download pamphlets and handouts to use in Big Book Group Sessions.
Our workbook companion to Alcoholics Anonymous' 12 steps of recovery from alcoholism and addiction is called Steps by the Big Book. We provide this study guide based on personal experience to help those following AA's 12 steps as outlined in the original Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
The 12 Steps are suggested guides for recovery from alcoholism or addictions. There is no rule that says anyone has to do them, and there is no regulation about how they should be done. This Steps by the Big Book workbook is for those who are willing to grow along spiritual lines (60: 1) by studying the first 103 pages of the Big Book while actually doing the Steps.
Our goal is to study the Steps as a friendly, focused group, and work them as the authors of the Big Book described. We wish to make the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous part of our lives by collaborating with a power greater than ourselves – an inner knowing, our own best and highest nature. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information on using this resource as part of recovery.
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