Working The 12 Steps with Carol R.
This website is a personal tool that I developed in my 12 Step Recovery for Nicotine. The materials used in this website are from various resources. I have tried to give them credit for what I have used.  You can find the materials you need (The Book, Newcomer's Booklet and NAWS Study Guide) for this workbook at http://nicotine-anonymous.org/store.html 
I started my 12 Step recovery in an Alanon group and I also worked the Steps as laid out by Joe and Charlie with my sponsor's help. When I came to Nicotine Anonymous, the only tool I had was the Nicotine Anonymous: The Book and a friend who was seeking the same help I was. We used each other as sponsors.  Finally Feb 4, 1998 I had my last cigarette and 10 days afterwards, no nicotine at all.  It was not long after that I found online support.  I truly believe, if you seek recovery, you will find it. It may take some time.  Just keep trying!
You can make a copy of this website by going to "Use This Template" up above and filling out that form and naming it what you like - such as "Your Name Workbook" . But that is really not necessary.
This website can be shared privately with another person if you like for sponsor-sponsee relationship. Or you can use it for your personal workbook.  Just go to "More Actions" then to "Site Permission" and set up the way you want to use this website on your copy. In order to view "More Actions" you must have your own personal website. To share it with someone go to: > "More Actions" > Sharing and Permission.
If you need help setting it up, feel free to contact ravenwalker36@yahoo.com  .  It is a whole lot easier if you have gmail address.  You can set that up by going to www.google.com
This website is Copyright Protected by Carol R. 2013. You can alter the website for your personal use only.
I have rethought the idea donations and decided to not to do them.  I do believe in supporting our NAWS office and our groups.  So please consider doing so at  > http://nicotine-anonymous.org/store.html  

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