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Post Info TOPIC: Alanon Step 10 (11-19-2017)


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Alanon Step 10 (11-19-2017)

Al-Anon. Step 10;  "continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it"
C2C reading page 329 when I keep track of my inventory on a daily basis,. I do not have to fear that I will fall into that state in which denial is so easy.  When I surrender my inventory over to my Higher Power. I know that I'm moving toward freedom.
My share

Before I go to sleep each evening, I review my day and note the positive and negative happenings.  In this  reviewI look at the  thoughts and the  feelings  that I experienced.  Then ask myself  where I could have acted differently or in a kinder manner.  I  find that this is a wonderful way,to see my life  and make it all more real and meaningful  to myself.  I can see my positive and negative qualities and learn from my  mistakes. This step, as well as one, two, three ad 11  are  e steps  that I practice everyday. I find this discipline  has certainly improved my program as my recovery..
Step 10 questions
What is the purpose of step 10?
In making a daily inventory I can ask myself;
What were the major events of the day?
What feelings did I experience?
What did I do?
What means of taking a daily inventory is comfortable?
What positive traits did I exhibit today?

What negative traits did I exhibit today?

How did I try to fix somebody else today?
If I was wrong, did I promptly admit it?

How would sharing this with  my
What characteristics. Keep showing?
Why do I resist having them?



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