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  1. Identify and acknowledge the suffering.
  2. Practice meditation — the most powerful tool.
  3. Express compassion.
  4. Understand that nothing is born or lost.
  5. Acknowledge that nothing is permanent.


Food in Fort lauderdale

N.A.F. FOOD distribution: Grocery pickup 
Saturday 12pm 1329 N.E. 4th Ave ft lauderdale

Poverello eat well center: monday- friday 9-5 T/W/TH/9-6 SAT 10-2
2056 N Dixie highway wilton Manors 

The Pantry of Broward
M-FRI 8:30-3:30
610 n.w. 3rd Ave Ft. Lauderdale
Oakland Park C.D.C.
954-563-3060
420 N.E. 33rd ST. OAK PK. 

Prevention central: open Thursdays
1100 W. Sunrise Blve ft. Lauderdale Florida

Blessed sacrament
Open 1:30-4:00 
1701 E. Oakland pk Blvd east





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Food 

N.A.F. FOOD distribution: Grocery pickup 
Saturday 12pm 1329 N.E. 4th Ave ft lauderdale

Poverello eat well center: monday- friday 9-5 T/W/TH/9-6 SAT 10-2
2056 N Dixie highway wilton Manors 

The Pantry of Broward
M-FRI 8:30-3:30
610 n.w. 3rd Ave Ft. Lauderdale
Oakland Park C.D.C.
954-563-3060
420 N.E. 33rd ST. OAK PK. 

Prevention central: open Thursdays
1100 W. Sunrise Blve ft. Lauderdale Florida

Blessed sacrament
Open 1:30-4:00 
1701 E. Oakland pk Blvd east. @ Dixie



Understanding and Embracing the Twelve Steps: A Journey to Recovery

Recovery from addiction is a journey that often involves deeply personal growth and transformation. One of the most well-known frameworks guiding this process is the Twelve Steps program. Originating from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), these steps have become a cornerstone in addiction recovery for various types of dependencies. In this blog, we'll explore each step, offering insights into how they can be a roadmap to a healthier, more fulfilling life.

Step 1: Acknowledging Powerlessness

The first step is about admitting that one's life has become unmanageable due to addiction. It’s a step that requires humility and honesty, acknowledging that addiction has a hold on your life that you cannot break alone. This realization is the foundation for all subsequent steps and sets the tone for a journey of self-discovery and healing.

 Step 2: Belief in a Higher Power

This step involves believing that a power greater than oneself can restore sanity. This 'Higher Power' can be understood in many ways, depending on personal beliefs. It could be a religious deity, the power of the universe, or simply the collective strength found in a support group. This step is about opening one's mind to the possibility of external help and guidance.

Step 3: Decision to Surrender

Making a decision to turn our will and lives over to the care of the Higher Power as understood by the individual. This step is about surrendering control, an essential part of the recovery process. It’s about trusting in something greater than oneself to guide you through the recovery.

 Step 4: Moral Inventory

This step involves conducting a fearless moral inventory of ourselves. It's a challenging step, requiring one to confront personal flaws, mistakes, and the negative aspects of one's character. This self-reflection is crucial for personal growth and understanding the root causes of addiction.

Step 5: Admitting Wrongs

Admitting to the Higher Power, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs is the essence of this step. It’s about honesty and openness, and it can be a deeply liberating experience. Sharing one's vulnerabilities can strengthen connections with others and foster a support network.

 Step 6: Readiness to Remove Flaws

This step is about being entirely ready to have the Higher Power remove these defects of character. It requires a deep commitment to change and the recognition that help is needed to remove these flaws. It's a step of preparation and willingness to grow.

Step 7: Asking for Help

Humbly asking the Higher Power to remove shortcomings. This step is about humility and acceptance, recognizing that one cannot change entirely on one's own. It's a surrender that paves the way for profound changes.

 Step 8: Making a List

Making a list of all persons we had harmed, and being willing to make amends to them all, marks this step. It's about taking responsibility for one's actions and preparing to repair the damage done.

Step 9: Amends Where Possible

Making direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. This step is about action and is often challenging as it involves confronting past actions and their consequences.

Step 10: Continued Personal Inventory

Continuing to take personal inventory and promptly admitting when we are wrong keeps the spirit of the earlier steps alive. It's about ongoing self-reflection and maintaining the honesty and humility gained through the program.

 Step 11: Seeking Through Prayer and Meditation

Seeking through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with the Higher Power as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out. Regardless of one's spiritual or religious beliefs, this step is about finding inner peace and guidance.

 Step 12: Spiritual Awakening and Carrying the Message

Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we try to carry this message to addicts and to practice these principles in all our affairs. This step is about giving back and supporting others in their recovery journey.


The Twelve Steps are more than a set of guidelines; they are a path to personal transformation. Each step builds on the last, creating a journey that can lead to a life free from the chains of addiction. Embracing these steps requires courage, honesty, and an open heart, but the rewards can be life-changing. As we navigate each step, we find not only freedom from addiction but also a deeper understanding of ourselves and a greater connection to the world around us.





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