Cocaine Anonymous 12 Step Help
is a support group that works to help those with an addiction to cocaine work through their problem and stay sober. Everyone in the group helps each other through their struggles. It is a open group where the only membership requirement is the desire and commitment to get clean and sober.
is not associated with any other group. It is not religious, political or otherwise focused on anything but the commitment to ending cocaine addiction. The group focuses on a twelve step process that is a proven way to help people end addiction
does not do research or treatment, but is a support group that is open to everyone and is free of charge. The group is not limited to just cocaine, but all mind altering substances. The ultimate goal is to simply help people to no longer need their addiction and to be free from the reliance they have on the mind altering substance they are using.
The twelve step recovery program
of Cocaine Anonymous is similar to the one used by Alcoholics Anonymous. The process is designed to help a person work towards recovery through helping others. The idea of getting help from someone who has been through the same addiction works very well. It has been shown that seeing someone who was once like you succeed and live drug free is a powerful way to drive yourself to succeeding.
Here is an overview of the twelve steps -
Step 1: Admit you are powerless over your addiction and that you can no longer mange your life alone.
Step 2: Belief that a higher power
can help you.
Step 3: Decide to turn your life over to the higher power and let that be your guide.
Step 4: Make and inventory of yourself.
Step 5: Admit to yourself, God and others your wrong doings.
Step 6: Be open to having God remove your character faults.
Step 7: Ask for your faults to be removed.
Step 8: Make a list of all those you have harmed and commit to making amends.
Step 9: Start making amends for your wrong doings.
Step 10: Continue self inventory and admit when you are wrong.
Step 11: Seek to improve contact with God through prayer and meditation
Step 12: Have a spiritual awakening and practice these 12 steps in your daily life.
It is through developing a connection with a higher power and beginning to understand your own faults that Cocaine Anonymous will help you to overcome your addiction. Many addictions
are strongly rooted in your mind and changing the way you think, becoming committed to quitting and focusing on what you want your life to be will guide you to the sober life that you really want.
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