Step 11 in the 12 Step Recovery tradition brings some challenges.
For many people who try to follow the 12 Steps, Step 11 is a step they either love or hate:
“Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God, as we understand God, praying only for knowledge of God’s will for us and the power to carry that out.”
Perhaps “hate” is a particularly strong word; yet some followers of the Recovery program have some difficulty getting in touch with the spiritual side of Recovery. Continue reading “Step 11 Is A Step You May Either Love Or Hate”
Slippery slopes can be a lot of fun. As a kid I used to love zooming down water slides, sand dunes and just your normal everyday playground slide. They were safe because there was nothing dangerous at the bottom.
But what if there was, or that you were not too sure about what was down there. Perhaps there could be a quagmire, or a thousand hungry crocodiles.
Perhaps others may have been down that particular slippery slope before and barely made it out alive. Poor moral choices can lead to a ‘Slippery Slope’ experience of destruction.
Continue reading “7 Keys To Help You Prevent A Slippery Slope Slide To Destruction.”
The top is always connected to the bottom.