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Using Christian Faith for Your Recovery
Tracey L. Kelley | 7 April

It’s truly courageous to enter an addiction treatment facility. Some people feel guided by their faith to seek treatment, which

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How to Work the 12 Steps to Your Advantage
Tracey L. Kelley | 13 February

After almost 100 years of existence, the practices of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) have become rooted in our society. Even people

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Seabrook | 16 May

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist It says it right in the 1st step.  We admitted we were powerless. What

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Ninety and Ninety
Seabrook | 8 February

Blog Post by: Alumni Relations Specialist When I entered rehab, I didn’t know anything about a program or a fellowship.  I

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We Must Walk Before We Run
Seabrook | 25 January

Common things I hear from addicts in the 12 step meetings are “When will I get my family’s trust back?” and “When can I

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Fear of Not Knowing
Seabrook | 11 January

Blog Post By: Alumni Relations Specialist Sometimes the fear of not knowing is worse than knowing. However, we come into

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Sobriety During the Holiday Season
Seabrook | 25 November

The holidays are upon us. It is a time to celebrate and give thanks with family and friends. And although

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The Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Controversy
Seabrook | 6 October

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was founded by Dr. Bob and Bill Wilson in an attempt

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