8 edition of Making amends found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -226) and index.
|Statement||Gwynn Davis with Heinz Messmer, Mark S. Umbreit, and Robert B. Coates.|
|LC Classifications||KD2007 .D38 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 228 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||91037595|
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Making Amends features 55 candid, firsthand stories from AA Grapevine magazine of members' experiences with Step Nine of the AA program. The book includes chapters on making amends to parents, children, family members, exes, financial institutions, friends and coworkers.
These powerful stories Brand: AA Grapevine Inc. take Step Nine. After we have made the list of people we have harmed, have refl ected carefully upon each instance, and have tried to possess ourselves of the right attitude in which to pro-ceed, we will see that the making of direct amends divides those we should approach into several classes.
There will. Making Amends is a thinking person’s weekend read with undercurrents that reverberate uncertainly long after Tabby's story ends. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful.
Comment Report abuse. Candace Williams. /5(29). An extraordinary story of impressive complexity, "Making Amends" is a fully absorbing read from beginning to end and showcases author Melinda Clayton as an exceptionally talented and original novelist. Very highly recommended for community library collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "Making Amends" is also available /5(29).
Making Amends in Addiction Recovery One of the telltale symptoms of alcohol or drug addiction is behaving in ways that go against your personal values and standards.
That's why the Twelve Step recovery process includes the practice of recognizing how your behavior has harmed others and seeking to repair the mistakes and damage caused during. Step Nine of AA Alcoholics Anonymous is the perfect time to let go of the horrible way we feel about our past and to radically repair relationships.
In my experience, walking around with the weight of amends that need to be taken care of really sucks. The Big Book’s specific instructions on Step 9, along with following the direction of our sponsor, gives us the support we need to go out and do our amends.
The Big Book is clear–we do this to fit ourselves to be of maximum service to God and our fellow man. In order for this to happen we must go directly into St 11 and 12 while. Making Amends is a standalone, women's fiction novel written by Melinda Clayton. Making Amends uses three separate POV's to delve into a variety of personal/family issues on it's journey to a surprisingly suspenseful end of a mystery solved.
Some of the elements incorporated include addiction/mental health, domestic violence, custody issues, family dysfunction, the criminal /5(28). INTO ACTION 75 that he will not try to change our plan. But we must Taking this book down from our shelf we turn to the page which contains the twelve steps.
Carefully reading the ﬁrst ﬁve proposals harmed and to whom we are willing to make amends. We made it when we took inventory. We subjectedFile Size: 75KB.
Making Amends On a beautiful fall evening, five-year-old Bobby Clark is kidnapped by his estranged father, a shiftless man with a history of domestic violence and drug abuse. He isn’t seen by loved ones again until a fateful morning twenty-five years later, when he’s charged with the murder of his father.