Turn the Wheel Over to God

two lane road in desolate area surrounded by mountains

“We thought well before taking this step making sure we were ready; that we could at last abandon ourselves utterly to Him.” After working Step One and Step Two, I have accepted that my life is unmanageable because I had more than enough evidence. I am an alcoholic and believed a power greater than myself can

Step Two: My Experience

black and white picture of boardwalk leading to the beach

In Step Two, we come to believe our sanity can be restored by a Power greater than ourselves.  When I heard this, I was a little confused. What does this mean? Are you implying that right now I am insane? My answer quickly came from my sponsor. He said, “Yes, you are insane; you continue

Learning Step One the Hard Way

The first time I heard about the 12 Steps was the first time I went to treatment. I saw them on the board and remember thinking, “what is this all about?” Further into my treatment the steps were explained to me, but I never fully grasped the first step. I had my spiritual experience and could