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STEPS—A book, a blog, a new way of living! Welcome to the STEPS Journey Blog. Your goal for following this online journal should be nothing less than to develop a more satisfying and effective lifestyle. The principles and techniques that will be featured in these articles have worked for millions of people in many types… Read More
For a few moments, pretend you are the CEO of a company, and the following people work for you: Dan is an alcoholic but doesn’t know it. He drinks every night after work, at social events, and to relax. He doesn’t think his drinking affects his high-powered job as V.P. of Sales. But, it does. Ellen suffers… Read More
There are millions of people who feel they are hopelessly trapped in self-destructive habits. Those locked in negative behavior patterns are often in denial about their problems, or they don’t know how to escape them. In effect, they need to re-learn how to live a normal life. But, by doing so, they can once again… Read More
This opening chapter of STEPS will give you an overview of what the book is about, so take a few moments to check it out. My journey… I had never been around a group of people like this before. Each member demonstrated a unique wisdom that amazed me: not wisdom measured by college degrees and business titles but rather an understanding derived from … Read More
Anyone, including you, can receive benefits from utilizing the STEPS on a daily basis. You too can learn to apply the world's most famous (and misunderstood) life improvement program. The Twelve Steps is the world’s most successful program for recovering from addiction. Little known to most people outside of recovery, the Twelve Steps … Read More
STEPS isn't a clinical study. It’s a heart-felt project that grew out of Steve Ward’s family experiences with depression, alcoholism, drug issues, and financial and marriage woes. The strength and insights they learned along the way helped his family rise back to a rewarding, sustainable life, and those trials inspired a book for others who have been pushed to the … Read More
We all have a story to tell. If you will only capture your story, you can be of help to other people in more ways that you can imagine. One way in which people communicate, especially in recovery but also in many other situations, is through personal stories. The STEPS ministry will include communicating relevant, useful, and anonymous stories from those … Read More