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The suggested daily reading on these pages represent the efforts of many Nar-Anon members who have shared their experience, strength and hope. The purpose of this writing is to carry the message of Nar-Anon recovery to those who suffer the effects of another's addiction. Sometimes the writing happened individually and other times in groups or at an area or regional writing workshop.The contributers are sharing straight from their hearts and inkeeeping with tradition, remain anonymous.

Nar-Anon SESH (Sharing Experience, Strength & Hope)
Nar-Anon members sharing their experience, strength and hope. This daily reader carries the message of Nar-Anon recovery for those who suffer from the effects of another’s addiction.

This 382 page book is available via our office. Due to the fluctuating Rand/Dollar exchange rate, the price is available on request. We will post to any address in South Africa. Simply SMS the word “SESH” inclusive your name and telephone number to -
081 354 1495.

Our Literature Department will process your request, make contact with the necessary payment details and arrange for delivery to the address of your choice.

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During my Fourth Step, I cleared the way for self-understanding by examining my strengths and weaknesses and listing them. Then I looked at Step Five and once again was intimidated. However, as I gathered the courage to bare my soul, I realized that I had already completed two thirds of the Fifth Step. Step Five asks that we “admit to God, ourselves and another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.”

When I took Step Two, I came to believe that “a Power greater than myself could restore me to sanity.” If my Higher Power could do that, I realized I did not need to admit again, for the sake of my Higher Power, the exact nature of my wrongs. My Higher Power already knows of my wrongs.

Through the process of writing a searching and fearless moral inventory, I was admitting to myself the exact nature of my wrongs. Yes, I had virtues, but I also saw traits that I did not like. The only other thing left to do was to admit my shortcomings to another human being. Like many members of the Nar-Anon family, I chose to share my character defects with my sponsor. My sponsor has many years in the program and was there when I first came to Nar-Anon. At the beginning, many of my wrongs were the very behaviors I thought were the right things to do.

Thought for Today: When I admit my wrongs, I am making room for change. I am clearing the debris of the past and opening the door for a better future and a better me.

“Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage and confidence in the doing.” ~ Paul Tillich

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