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Step 4.. The inventory
By Lowie
1/31/2013 2:34:54 PM
I am struggling on step 4 and just don't know where to start and how to do it. I know it's a personal thing, but was wondering if anyone could help me out and maybe give me an example of one please
Love L x

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Pray    
"You just pray and write down what comes into your mind. In God's timing what needs to be on that step 4 will come to you. Other things come into your mind later, but that is why we keep working the steps. It will get better."
posted at 01:19:51 on February 1, 2013 by Anonymous
A few tips    
"I've heard of people making a chronological timeline, and filling in specific things as they remember them. It just start from anything you can remember. Another option is to make the inventory by going through important people in your life, and address issues that have occurred with those people. The most important part is to just start writing."
posted at 01:35:27 on February 1, 2013 by Fatherofone
What my sponsor's sponsor gave me    
"He gave me some worksheets for step 4 by Joe and Charlie. These seem to be helping me a lot with my inventory, maybe they will help you, also. Worksheets to help with the step 4 inventory: http://www.upperroomcomm.com/bbsguide/"
posted at 14:45:31 on February 1, 2013 by g1rlie


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