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Tag Archives: religion
People often say, “I’m not religious, but I feel that I am spiritual.” Although the two concepts may seem similar, they have several differences. Reliance on a greater power can be beneficial for recovery. However, individuals who don’t necessarily ascribe to … Continue reading
Easter is with no doubt the single most holy day of the Christian church, as it celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the central event in Christianity. Although many people celebrate Easter for that very special role in the Christian … Continue reading
A higher power is the cornerstone of the major 12-step programs, including Alcoholics Anonymous; “Came to belief that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity”, Narcotics Anonymous and other variations. While it is not required that you … Continue reading
Many people who are learning about recovery are concerned about how religion factors into many existing programs and approaches. This is especially true in regard to Alcoholics Anonymous, which is the largest and most well-known recovery program. The Alcoholics Anonymous … Continue reading