Step 4

Step 4 - Same Sex Attraction Questions (about adulthood)

Questions dealing with same sex attraction and adulthood to help with Step 4.

Step 4 - Same Sex Attraction Questions (Mostly about Adolescence)

Worksheet to help with same sex attraction. These questions deal mostly about the adolescent period of life.

Step 4 Excel Spreadsheet

If you use Excel, you will find this Spreadsheet for Step 4 to be of value when working the step.

Step 4 Inventory

You will find this worksheet very helpful for taking your Step Four Inventory.

Step Four Guide

Many readers find the instructions for STEP FOUR in the "Big Book", Alcoholics Anonymous, confusing and complex. This guide is written to reflect the experience of several members of the fellowship of Alcoholics

Identifying Pride vs. Brokenness in Your Life - Worksheet

The following table may help identifying, acknowledging, and repenting of any spirit of pride in your life. The differences between proud and broken people are outlined. The following originated from Nancy Demoss of Life Action Ministries.

Putting Off Old Habits and Putting On New Habits - Worksheet

In order to change one’s life it is necessary to put off or eliminate unwanted behaviors. But these released behaviors may leave a vacuum that begs for the old behaviors to reestablish themselves in the person. Therefor it is essential to replace unwanted behaviors with a corresponding desired behavior.

Two Week Inventory

This worksheet will help you with your inventory for two weeks. You can use it for unlimited two week periods!

AA 4th Step Inventory

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Step 4 Notes

These are quotes on Step 4 from various sources:

A business which takes no regular inventory usually goes broke. Taking commercial inventory is a fact-finding and a fact-facing process. It is an effort to discover the truth about the stock-in-trade. One object is to disclose damaged or unsalable goods, to get rid of them promptly and without regret. If the owner of the business is to be successful, he cannot fool himself about values.

We did exactly the same thing with our lives. We took stock honestly. First, we searched out the flaws in our make-up which caused our failure. Being convinced that self, manifested in various ways, was what had defeated us, we considered its common manifestations. -A.A. Big Book p.64

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