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Step 12 of AA

You can carry the message of AA to other addicts by becoming a sponsor, continuing to attend meetings, or by taking part in service work.

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Step 10 of AA

Any time you feel guilty or upset, you should stop and take an inventory of your behavior and see whether you owe someone amends.

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Step 8 of AA

Making amends helps recovering alcoholics overcome denial and move forward in the 12 step process.

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Step 7 of AA

Asking your higher power to remove your shortcomings helps you to accept the past and move forward in your recovery.

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Step 6 of AA

Removing your defects of character is an ongoing process that will require continuous attention throughout your recovery.

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