I love hearing — or in this case, reading — of other meetings because I consistently find myself wishing I had been there.
I feel inadequate.
As hard as I try, I do not feel like I can ever really convey the camaraderie, the empathy, the shared pain and shared joy that comes out of the simple 60 minute gathering of individuals every Monday morning. But, of course, I will continue to try…
Today’s meeting focused on the tenth step in our 12-step program:
Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it
In practical terms, this step asks you to look at your thoughts and behaviors on a regular basis, and correct as needed. The most common application of this step occurs at bedtime, looking back at the day and seeing what went well, what went wrong, and what needs to be fixed. Certainly, though, self-examination can occur at any point in a day, as many times a day as needed. In times of emotional distress, a…
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