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Sober Speak-  Alcoholics Anonymous  Recovery Interviews

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  • David G- Steps 1,2, and 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous

David G- Steps 1,2, and 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous

Friday 4th January 2019

In this episode of Sober Speak, David G shares his journey with steps 1, 2, and 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous. Learn how he found meaning in turning his will and life over to God and how it transformed his life.
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David G Shares His Experience with Steps 1, 2, and 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous

When it comes to what I believed about God, it wasn't necessarily a religious or not religious view of God. Please don't let them find out that I did that, you know, there were certainly the foxhole variety prayers, but those were not part of any type of belief system.
In this episode of Sober Speak, David G sits down with the host to discuss his journey with Alcoholics Anonymous and his experience with steps 1, 2, and 3 of the 12-Step program. David shares how his understanding of personal powerlessness and the phenomenon of craving evolved over time, leading him to recognize the need for a higher power in his life. He also emphasizes the importance of working the steps and finding meaning in sobriety.
David's story is both inspiring and informative, offering hope to those struggling with addiction. He speaks candidly about his past struggles with drugs and alcohol, and how his decision to acknowledge his personal powerlessness was a life-changing event. He also discusses the impact of Alcoholics Anonymous on his life and the importance of finding a supportive community in recovery.
Throughout the episode, David shares personal anecdotes and insights, making the conversation feel authentic and relatable. He also reads letters from listeners, offering advice and resources for those seeking sobriety. Listeners will leave the episode feeling hopeful and supported, with a deeper understanding of the 12-Step program and its transformative power.
Listen to the full episode now on alcoholfree.com and join the conversation about David's journey with Alcoholics Anonymous and the impact of the 12-Step program on his life. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, know that there is hope and help available. Contact a local Alcoholics Anonymous chapter or visit alcoholfree.com for more information and resources.