What are the Al-Anon principles?
What are the Al-Anon Guiding Principles? Al-Anon has three sets of guiding principles called Three Legacies. These include “Recovery through the Twelve Steps,” “Unity through the Twelve Traditions,” and “Service through the Twelve Concepts of Service.”
What are Al-Anon tools?
The Al-Anon program provides so many tools….In our conversation, these tools were mentioned and discussed:
- Daily readers – One Day at a Time in Al-Anon, Courage to Change, Hope for Today.
- Slogans – “pocket change”, “live and let live”, “let go and let god”
- Literature in general.
Who is the founder of Al-Anon?
Lois W.Anne B.
What are the tools of Al-Anon?
These Legacies were adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous. The Legacies include: Recovery through the Twelve Steps….Al-Anon uses slogans to assist members to recover during difficult periods:
- One Day at a Time.
- Let Go and Let God.
- Easy Does It.
- Listen and Learn.
- Together We Can Make It.
- First Things First.
- Live and Let Live.
What does principles above personalities mean?
What does “principles before personalities” really mean? It means we practice honesty, humility, compassion, tolerance, and patience with everyone, whether we like them or not. Putting principles before personalities teaches us to treat everyone equally.
Who are Al-Anon members?
Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Family members have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems.
Why is it so hard to say no to Al‑Anon?
It is difficult to say no because of the underlying fear that, somehow, we’ve caused the problem. Many people come to Al‑Anon for the support and understanding they need to handle this heart-breaking situation.
Why do people come to Al-Anon?
Many people come to Al‑Anon for the support and understanding they need to handle this heart-breaking situation.