The Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step program begins with the person admitting his problem, believing a higher power can help him and turning himself over to that power. He must list those he has harmed and attempt to make am... More »

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Step One of the Alcoholics Anonymous program is for the addict to admit that he is powerless over alcohol and that his life has become unmanageable. It is the first of 12 self-guided steps intended to help people who are... More »

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The Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step program is a general set of principles designed to help substance abusers abstain from the use of alcohol. Narcotics Anonymous and other groups later adopted the same principles. More »

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Step One of the Alcoholics Anonymous program is for the addict to admit that he is powerless over alcohol and that his life has become unmanageable. It is the first of 12 self-guided steps intended to help people who are... More »

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The initial step of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step program is admitting a lack of control over alcohol that is making life unmanageable. The next step involves coming to believe that a power larger than oneself can res... More »

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The Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step program is a general set of principles designed to help substance abusers abstain from the use of alcohol. Narcotics Anonymous and other groups later adopted the same principles. More »

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The Alcoholics Anonymous prayer is the serenity prayer, which is "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," states the Huffingt... More »

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