Choose freedom and become the best version of yourself


  1. Identify any areas of addiction in your life.
    Perform regular exercises in reflection and self-analysis to identify any potential areas of addiction in your life.

  2. If you think you are addicted to something, try to give something up for 28 days or adopt the 12-step program used by AA:
    Step 1 - Admit you are powerless over the addiction, and life has become unmanageable.
    Step 2 – Believe there is a power greater than yourself that can restore you.
    Step 3 – Turn your will and life to the care of your God/religious figure.  
    Step 4 – Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of yourself.
    Step 5 – Admit to your God, yourself, and another human being the nature of your wrongs.
    Step 6 – Be ready for these defects of character to be removed.
    Step 7 – Humbly ask your God to remove your shortcomings.
    Step 8 – Make a list of people you have harmed and be willing to make amends to them all.
    Step 9 – Make direct amends to these people where possible, unless it will harm them or others.
    Step 10 – Continue to take a personal inventory and admit when you are wrong.
    Step 11 – Improve your consciousness via prayer and meditation.
    Step 12 – Carry your message to others with addiction and practice these principles in all your affairs.


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