DDA Step 4 of 5

DDA Members Share their Experience on DDA Step 4 of 5:

“The previous Steps have brought me to a place of being able to believe and experience the new fact in my life that I can live a relatively comfortable life in my recovery.

Through working all of the DDA Steps, I have discovered tools and attitudes that can help me to live a full and rewarding life even with my mental health problems. I now have a concept of a Higher Power that works for me and I now know that I will never have to do my recovery on my own as a member of Dual Diagnosis Anonymous.

If the 12 Steps provide me with a method of limitless expansion, this Step makes sure that I know that when I use all of the tools, fellowships, and help available to me, I am going to have every opportunity to cope with my recovery and maintain a healthy drug and alcohol-free life in the future.”

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