DDA Step 4 of 5

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

“We came to believe that when our own efforts were combined with the help of others in the fellowship of DDA and God as we understood Him we would develop healthy drug and alcohol free lifestyles.”

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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