As we prepare to start the step three, many of us are placed in an uncomfortable position again. Here we see “God” actually mentioned for the first time in the steps. For some, this is easy to accept. However, more often than not many of us begin to shy away at this step if the
Rex is an Alumni of Lakeview Health and currently works as the Alumni Coordinator for Stepping Stone Center For Recovery. He is currently working on his bachelor’s degree in human services with a focus on addiction. He hopes to one day become a therapist in the addiction treatment field. Outside of work he enjoys spending free time with his wife and son.Rex Taylor, Certified Recovery Coach has written 13 articles so far, you can find them below.
Addiction for me, began at a young age. Drugs and alcohol were a way fit in. I grew up in a good home with a loving mother and a step-father that came into our lives and treated me as if I was his own. My biological father was in and out of my life over
Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Now, if we have become willing to admit to our innermost self that we were alcoholic and as a consequence of our disease our lives were unmanageable, we have completed Step 1. We have admitted that we are powerless over our