Step 4 of The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous: Guide, History & Worksheets
The Twelve Steps in Alcoholics Anonymous are a spiritual solution to addiction. By working the Twelve Steps, millions of people have found hope and recovered.This book takes the next step into Step Four: 'Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves', and examines what the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous prescribes.There is also a section on the History of The Twelve Steps & Worksheets to help dig deeper into the triggers underneath the addiction.
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