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How to Heal from Emotional Abuse with Gaslighting: A Step-by-Step Recovery Guide



# Oct. 18, 2019 Readings in Recovery: Step by Step ## Introduction - Explain what the book Step by Step: Real AAs, Real Recovery is and why it is relevant for people struggling with addiction - Provide a brief overview of the 12 steps of recovery and how they can help people achieve sobriety and serenity - Mention that the book contains personal stories from AA members who have worked the steps and found a new way of life - State the main purpose of the article: to share some insights and lessons from the book that can inspire and guide readers on their recovery journey ## Step One: We admitted we were powerless over alcoholthat our lives had become unmanageable - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to admit one's powerlessness and unmanageability - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone realized they had a problem with alcohol and decided to seek help - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers relate and apply this step to their own situation ## Step Two: Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to have faith in a higher power that can restore one's sanity - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone came to believe in a higher power and how it helped them cope with their addiction - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers understand and embrace this step regardless of their religious or spiritual beliefs ## Step Three: Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to surrender one's will and life to a higher power - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone made this decision and how it changed their perspective and behavior - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers make this decision and trust in their higher power's guidance ## Step Four: Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to take an honest look at one's character defects and shortcomings - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone did this inventory and what they learned about themselves - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers do this inventory and face their truth ## Step Five: Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to confess one's wrongs to a higher power, oneself, and another person - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone did this admission and how it helped them heal and grow - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers do this admission and experience its benefits ## Step Six: Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to be willing to let go of one's character defects - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone became ready for this change and how it prepared them for the next step - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers become ready for this change and embrace it ## Step Seven: Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to ask one's higher power to remove one's shortcomings - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone did this request and how it resulted in positive changes in their life - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers do this request and trust in their higher power's will ## Step Eight: Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to identify one's harms and be willing to make amends - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone made this list and became willing to make amends - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers make this list and become willing to make amends ## Step Nine: Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to make direct amends to those one has harmed - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone made direct amends and how it affected them and the other person - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers make direct amends and handle the possible outcomes ## Step Ten: Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to keep taking personal inventory and admit one's mistakes - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone practiced this step and how it helped them maintain their sobriety and sanity - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers practice this step and improve their character ## Step Eleven: Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to seek a closer connection with one's higher power through prayer and meditation - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone did this step and how it enhanced their spiritual life and recovery - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers do this step and deepen their conscious contact with their higher power ## Step Twelve: Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs - Summarize what this step means and why it is important to share one's experience, strength, and hope with others, and to live by the principles of the 12 steps - Share a story from the book that illustrates how someone did this step and how it enriched their life and helped others - Highlight some key points from the story that can help readers do this step and experience its rewards ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points of the article and restate the main purpose: to share some insights and lessons from the book Step by Step: Real AAs, Real Recovery that can inspire and guide readers on their recovery journey - Encourage readers to read the book for themselves and to work the 12 steps with the help of a sponsor, a group, or a program - Remind readers that recovery is possible and that they are not alone ## FAQs - What is the book Step by Step: Real AAs, Real Recovery about? - Who are the authors of the book? - Where can I find the book? - How can I start working the 12 steps? - What are some benefits of working the 12 steps?




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