Bolingbrook, Illinois AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Bolingbrook, Illinois

Bolingbrook, a southwest suburb of Chicago, is the 17th largest incorporated place in Illinois. The CDP has Alcoholics Anonymous locations set up to help its residents who are struggling with an addiction to alcohol. If you live in the second largest village in Illinois and are having difficulties with controlling your drinking you can get support at AA meetings Illinois AA meetings in Bolingbrook IL. The guiding principles of Alcoholics Anonymous or AA are the 12-Steps that is detailed in the organization’s governing literature called “The Big Book.” A significant part of the principles is a strong emphasis on spirituality. It encourages members to strive for spiritual transformation through prayer and meditation. The concept of a higher power is highlighted in step 2. The principles also advises members to take full accountability for their addiction as well as their shortcomings. It also encourages members to take full responsibility for their recovery as well as to try to make amends to people they might have hurt in the past. Reconstruction of relationships with other people is emphasized through the use of confession and restitution, as noted in steps 8 and 9. Furthermore, members are also urged to help other people who are dependent on alcohol, as emphasized in step 12.

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