Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — A Synopsis Part 2 Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on June 20, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. You are always welcome around my table, both here and on my You Tube channel. In today’s article, I am going to introduce my article, Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — A Synopsis Part 2 in video format. I create video presentations of my articles because I have found that individuals learn in different ways.
Here is an excerpt from Second Chance to Live — Action Steps Revisited — A Synopsis Part 2
“In today’s article I am going to share a synopsis of the 12 Steps. Attending 12 Step support meetings, listening to members share their experience, strength and hope, working with a sponsor, working through the 12 Steps with a sponsor and through being honest with myself I have grown in my ability to accept myself when family and friends can not accept who I am in my reality.
Working in partnership with a loving God through the 12 Action Steps, attending meetings, listening to members, working with a sponsor, working with a sponsor through the 12 Steps and being honest with myself have all encouraged, motivated, empowered and given me hope. My trust in a loving God, the process and my willingness to learn through my experience with my relationship with a loving God has given me the power and the ability to pursue my bliss and follow my dreams.”
In the spirit of sharing the power of these action steps I have compiled a synopsis of the action steps.”
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