Humility has a reputation for a few misconceptions. Some people think humility implies humiliated, liked to the term mortified until they realize “humility” in the context of the serenity prayer, means to accept the things we cannot change, the courage to change the things that we can, and the wisdom to know the difference. When we see ourselves for
Savannah’s Story August 18, 2015 was the day I packed my bags and left my home in Georgia, headed to treatment for my first (and God willing, my last) time. Little did I know, that morning would be the last time I would, to this day, abuse the drugs or alcohol I was so chemically
The point is, it does work. That saying you hear the group chant at the end of every meeting is true, “It works if you work it!” It works with a unique blend of principles, steps, meetings, service — mix a variety of portions that all come together like a home-made-with-love delicious, and savored meal.
10 Tales from Chef Karen on Cooking up Trouble Whether you’ve taken the suggestions in the rooms of an anonymous program or you haven’t, you may have a few interesting stories about people who try to “get” and stay sober. Karen Zaccour, our “Chef” for this recipe and Stepping Stone alumna, pours light-hearted humor over
Vickie Gave Herself and Her Family the Gift of Recovery Three years ago I entered addiction treatment at Stepping Stone a broken woman who had suffered incomprehensible demoralization. I had gotten a DUI and had lost my job. I had had long-term sobriety and went to AA but that was not enough. I decided that my best hope
These days, many individuals struggling with addiction attempt to overcome their obstacles in order to lead a healthier, happier life. If this is your objective, it’s important to know that addiction facility alumni members may be able to help you. These individuals contribute to the recovery community by offering a wide range of mentorship services.