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By Hanne Blank

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In AA it is “hitting bottom”—surrendering or admitting defeat in self-controlling one’s drinking. ” Newcomers are usually given extra attention and help as it is recognized that stopping drinking and accepting basic ideas of loss of self-control and the need to rely on an external power to stop drinking is difficult. A radical change of thinking is necessary; one cannot control one’s drinking and the chaotic life that one has created is the result of abusing alcohol; and the key to restoration is not drinking (or using other drugs) and relinquishing control to an exter­ nal power of one’s choice.

Initially he indicated he had been disappointed and upset; later, he realized that he had experienced and expressed his anger in a nondestructive manner; that is, he had not gotten drunk! Barrows’ analysis (1980, 8) is that the resident initially showed his self-identity as an unworthy person who could not control his feelings. His peers did not validate his view of himself but countered with positive reactions that he had assertively and appropriately expressed his anger. The resident upon further 18 I • The Twelve-Step Program reflection and introspection modified his self-image.

S. Department of Health and Human Services. Borkman, T. (2006). Sharing experience, conveying hope: Egalitarian relations as the essential method of Alcoholics Anonymous. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 17(2) (Winter), 145–161. , & Owens, P. (2007). Contrasting and converging philosophies of three models of alcohol/other drugs treatment: Minnesota model, social model, and addiction therapeutic communities. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 25(3), 21–38. , Kaskutas, L. , & Barrows, D. C. (1996).

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