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The 12 steps and 12 traditions

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The 12 steps and 12 traditions

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The 12 steps and 12 traditions of CGAA

Preface
To the group of C.G.A.A. I humbly surrender this piece of literary work to the fellowship to do with it as they will. I also surrender all rights to this work and turn it over to C.G.A.A. My hope is to give C.G.A.A. a cornerstone to build off of. To edit and polish it a legitimate piece that accurately outlines how to work the steps. Take this and do with it as you wish.

Foreword
This is the experience of many people who have used the Steps and Traditions to Recover from Computer Gaming addiction. The purpose of this book is to get everyone involved in CGAA on the same page when working steps and functioning as a group. Also to have literature Computer Gaming addicts can work out of that will greatly increase their chances of success in recovery.

Basic Toolkit Before Getting Started

Before we dive in to the steps and traditions Lets look at some basic suggestions that, if your new, can help, or even if your not new, can still help you if you practice them. If you take these suggestions before during and after the steps they should enhance your experience. So here they are:

  1. Think about how you can help people rather than what you can get from them

  2. Forget the results and just focus on where they suggest you go next.

  3. Do the footwork then work with the result of that (if that result is lemons, make lemonade)

  4. Take at least 80-90% of all suggestions you get from people in recovery, and if it’s suggested more than once to you from different sources, JUST DO IT.


(Continues with 12 steps and then with 12 traditions in attached document)
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