Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — An Overview Part 1 Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on June 19, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. You are always welcome around my table. In today’s article I am going to introduce the video presentation of my article Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — An Overview Part 1. The article is a little longer than some of my articles, so the video presentation is also a little longer that many of my video presentations.
Below is an excerpt from this article:
“In yesterday’s article – Accepting Myself when Family and Friends Can Not Part 2 – I shared a link to an article — Second Chance to Live — Action Steps — as an addendum to the article. I wrote this article — Second Chance to Live — Action Steps — in May of 2008. I decided to share the article as an addendum in yesterday’s article because the information has been and continues to be a benefit to me. My hope is that the information will also be a benefit to you.
As a friend encouraged me, I believe the information with in the article may also benefit anyone who experiences a difficult time accepting themselves as individuals. In my experience, I have found that working the 12 steps has helped me to accept myself in ways that I never dreamed possible. I will share this article in 2 parts. In the 1st Part I will share an overview. In the 2nd Part I will share a synopsis. In both parts, what I share is from my understanding.”
My encouragement to you would be that you listen to the entire video presentation as I share what has helped me to be aware of why I over react and how I have learned to stop over reacting. In my experience, I have found that this too is a process. To listen to and watch the video presentation of this article please click on the following link: Second Chance to Live – Action Steps Revisited – An Overview Part 1 Video Presentation
In the event that you would like to read the article, in addition to watching and listening to the article, please click on the following link: Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — An Overview Part 1
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