Working With Others

Working With Others: Step 12 (Pages 89-103)

  1. After the first portion of the book has pointed out clearly that we are “powerless” over alcohol, do you see any difference in the first sentence of Chapter 7?
  2. Define the words:  “Practical”; “Experience”; Insure”; and “Immunity”
  3. According to this first sentence, what will “insure immunity” from drinking?
  4. When does this work?
  5. What is our 12th suggestion?
  6. What is “this” message?
  7. When can you help?
  8. Why you?
  9. What must you remember?
  10. Specifically, what are the six things that you must not miss?
  11. What will become the bright spot of your lives?
  12. If you are not familiar with any drinkers who want to recover, where can you find them?
  13. Who can you learn a lot from?
  14. What makes you uniquely useful to other alcoholics?
  15. What is our only aim?
  16. Once you find a prospect, what is the first thing you should do?
  17. What if he does not want to get sober?
  18. What should you and his family do?  What should you both realize?
  19. Define the word:  “Indication”
  20. If there is an indication that he wants to stop, what should you do?  Why should you do this?
  21. Should we wait until he goes on a binge?
  22. Should we deal with him when he is very drunk?
  23. Someone else should ask him two questions, what are those questions?
  24. When should someone ask him?
  25. If he says, “Yes, I want to stop and I am willing to go to any lengths.”, what should happen next?
  26. Who should you be described to him as?
  27. If he doesn’t want to see you, should you go anyway to help him?
  28. What should the family do?
  29. When should they approach him again?
  30. What might you place by him to see?
  31. What might so over-anxious behavior do by the family?
  32. Should the family try and tell the alcoholics about your story?
  33. What has better results than meeting the alcoholic through his family?
  34. What should the doctor tell him?
  35. Who should be left out of the first discussion?  Why?
  36. When should you call upon him?  Why?
  37. Should you see your man alone?
  38. What should you open the conversation with?
  39. After a while, what do you turn your talk to?
  40. What do you tell him?
  41. If he wants to talk, do you let him?
  42. Should you bring up how you quit drinking?
  43. What if he is in a serious mood?
  44. How about if his mood is light?
  45. When do you describe yourself as an alcoholic?
  46. What do you give him an account of?
  47. What should you show him?
  48. How should we do this?  (More About Alcoholism)
  49. If he is alcoholic, what will happen?
  50. What will he match up with you on?
  51. If you are satisfied that he is a real alcoholic, what should you do?
  52. What should you not refer to?  What should you not brand him as?
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