Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 🍷 AA – Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 Experience & Admit Powerlessness
God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change; Courage to change the things I can; and Wisdom to know the difference. Thy will, not mine, be done.
“We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable.”
This is the First Step question: “Are you willing to fully concede to your innermost self that you are alcoholic?”
“OUR SIDE OF THE STREET”
We are there to sweep off our side of the street, realizing that nothing worth while can be accomplished until we do so, never trying to tell him what he should do. His faults are not discussed. We stick to our own.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, pp. 77-78
I made amends to my dad after I quit drinking. My words fell on deaf ears since I had blamed him for my troubles. Several months later I made amends to my dad again. This time I wrote a letter in which I did not blame him nor mention his faults. It worked, and at last I understood! My side of the street is all that I’m responsible for and thanks to God and A.A. — it’s clean for today.
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Step 1 is about letting go. You admit you have a problem and begin to seek out help. It isn’t easy, but admitting powerlessness allows you to break the cycle of addiction that you’ve been stuck in. Alcoholics Anonymous believes that admitting you can’t control your alcohol use is a necessary first step on the path to recovery.
Reference: Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. (1981). New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services.
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