A Curmudgeoness Looks Back
There was a time when Steps were suggestions designed to set you free --Step Four - Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
Yesterday, one of our AA meetings was led by a woman who'd been in and out of other twelve-step programs for fifteen years and sober two months in AA. She was concerned about taking the Fourth Step. She had been told by her sponsor that it was time to do it, but she was anxious that it would be a great struggle and painful. She wanted to know how others had managed to take their searching moral inventories.
The responses began. Several people said they sat down with a sponsor, who helped them through their list, even requesting revisions and so forth. Then someone said there was a... Login to read more
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