Video Creator’s Channel Russell Brand
The Step One Conventionally Put We Admitted That
we were powerless over our addiction and that our life had become unmanageable. Is your honest entry point into a 12-step program given the our remit and the way that we’re approaching our work is that we want to be able to apply this program. The way that I do across every aspect of our life that could be a severe addiction issue you could be watching this thinking. I’m drinking too much my drinking is ruining my life. I need to change it or it could be something more vague and difficult to identify.
I Dont Want To Be In
relationships that make me feel bad about myself. I Don’t want to be working in a job that’s making me feel inferior but whatever it is that you’re working on the candid and honest admission that you have a problem and that your life is unmanageable there. As a result of that problem is our entry point that honest acknowledgement mentally in my mind at least accompanied by the sound of a record scratching off a point of arrest. I Don’t want to proceed any further down this path when I interpreted the 12 steps I changed it from rather wordy articulate and brilliant appraisal of powerlessness and unmanageability to the more succinctly al you blumin if you’re watching this video if you’ve subscribed to this if you find yourself in a position where you’re unhappy and lost. This is the step one moment the moment of I’m I can’t cope with this anymore.
Anymore, I Dont Want To Continue Down
this path anymore, so whatever it is you’re dealing with There is a further requirement here and that requirement is for specificity. I reckon that the reason that the 12-step program was initially formulated around alcohol and then drugs was that when there is a clear and obvious object like alcohol and alcoholism it becomes it’s easy to like knows and it’s easy-not easy because it’s like incredibly complex and painful, agonizing and difficult and a lot of people can’t ever ever do it. But at least it is clear that the but alcohol is the thing that needs to be removed from your life that that your problems are clustering around your misuse of drink. When I think about my own like my own step1 around crack heroin and alcohol Firstly actually it seems like a bloody difficult thing to. accept like when people said the reason that you’re getting in these the reason you’re getting in trouble in relationships The reason that you don’t like yourself or the reason You’ve got low self-esteem and that you’re continually getting in trouble the police and that nothing’s ever working out for you because you’re drinking and you’re taking drugs are you willing to one day at a time stop drinking and taking drugs for a long time.
The Answer Was No I Wasnt Willing To
see that as the problem I wasn’t willing to embark on a journey of change, having done that and having seen the success of it. I’m now willing it’s pretty much eventually almost any situation to take a 12–step of journey because you know as soon as you’ve removed alcohol and drugs from your life. If that’s the problem you’re dealing with you are confronted. Myriad other problems in your life that are required to change and these things are no longer external. They’re internal issues so what we have to do.
When Taking The Step One Is Identify
what it is you want to change. I’ve worked step one around drugs and alcohol of I admitted right yeah my drug and alcohol problem is unpowered iced over it. I can’t control it once I start I can’t stop the consequences of me drinking and taking drugs are creating unmanageability. This word unmanageability can be understood as that once I start drinking and taking drugs.
I Dont Know Where Im Going
to end up. I don’t know what the consequences are going to be. I don’t know when I’m going to able to resume control of my life again. It becomes a kind of hell scale um like when applying it to something more insidious.
Less Obvious Like Im Powerless Over My Use
of the phone and my life has become unmanageable. It’s kind of look it. There’s no doubt that it’s more subtle but I’m still looking at the phone when I don’t want to look at the phone and it’s still making me feel not good about myself. I don’t feel good at myself if I’m staring at my phone instead of talking to my children.
- drinking ruining life need change
- start stop consequences drinking
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- addiction issue watching thinking drinking
- addiction life unmanageable honest entry
I Dont Feel Good About Myself If Im
like unconsciously and sort of kind of somehow. My volition is being usurped by a bloody device that I’ve paid for that doesn’t that doesn’t feel good that’s an nothing’s very beautiful about the 12 steps is this learning to recognize my own intuition and my own feelings as being somehow valid but the point I’m feeling unhappy or dissatisfied is not something that I need to suppress or. Ignore or get over is the beginning of letting go of something it’s the beginning of change in something you.
The way that I do across every aspect of our life that could be a severe addiction issue you could be watching this thinking.& I’m drinking too much my drinking is ruining my life. I need to change it or it could be something more vague and difficult to identify.& Is your honest entry point into a 12-step program given the our remit and the way that we’re approaching our work is that we want to be able to apply this program. The step one conventionally put We admitted that we were powerless over our addiction and that our life had become unmanageable.& As a result of that problem is our entry point that honest acknowledgement mentally in my mind at least accompanied by the sound of a record scratching off a point of arrest. There is a further requirement here and that requirement is for specificity.& But at least it is not easy because it’s like a lot of people can’t ever ever do it. The program was initially formulated around alcohol and then drugs was…. Click here to read more and watch the full video