Step 10

DDA Members Share their Experience on Step 10:

“Continued to take personal inventory and when wrong, promptly admitted it.”

Step 10

“I make mistakes, even in recovery. This Step helps me to keep track of what is going on for me and what I need to work on in my recovery in order to keep progressing.

I tend to put this Step into action whenever I get any powerful emotions such as anger, resentment, anxiety, and fear. I do this because those emotions are usually a sign that something isn’t right in me or that I need to change or work on something.

When I do make mistakes, I try to put them right as quickly as I can, as I don’t like it when things snowball and this can sometimes happen when I make mistakes and don’t admit and put them right. Ultimately though, I have a loving and forgiving Higher Power, and it’s important to acknowledge progress when it comes.”

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