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Welcome to anonymous anonymous…

The only suggestion for joining us is a desire to be your best self…

anonymous anonymous is a trauma-informed twelve step mutual help organization for all people…

What is anonymous anonymous?

anonymous anonymous is based on the very successful Twelve Step Mutual Help Organization (TSMHO) model that has led many people to freedom from alcohol use disorders, substance use disorders, and many other maladies.

In effect, anonymous anonymous (anon anon) is a twelve-step program for

EVERYONE…

We have no membership fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone.

We work together to realize our best selves…

How does anonymous anonymous work?

It is a very simple program of living for all people…

How does anonymous anonymous work?

One lives the twelve steps, with the help of a friend who lives the twelve steps…

We meet regularly to share our experiences, strength, and hope. We also share that which causes us dis-ease, dis-content, or vexation.

Our program works best when considering the following spiritual principles…

Honesty

Open-mindedness

Willingness

In anonymous anonymous we gather together based on our one common bond…

Our Humanity

Our primary focus lies on…

Our similarities rather than differences…

When you join us at anonymous anonymous…

You come as a human…

Attendance is open and encouraged for everyone.

You needn’t identify why you are attending…

In anonymous anonymous, the only suggestion for joining us is a desire to become your best self…

Our Twelve Steps

Our Twelve Steps are adapted from our predeccessors, including Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous…

We admitted and accepted there are things we are powerless over, and seeking to control these things made our lives unmanageable.

We came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could help restore us to serenity.

We made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of a higher power, as we understood them.

We made a searching and fearless inventory of our assets and defects.

We admitted to our higher power, to ourselves, and another person the contents of our inventory.

We became entirely ready to have our higher power remove our defects of character.

We humbly asked our higher power to remove our shortcomings.

We made a list of all the harm we have done, and became willing to make amends.

We made amends wherever possible, except when to do so would cause more harm.

We continued to take personal inventory of things done well and less well, and when we were wrong promptly admitted and amended it.

We sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with our higher power, as we understood them.

We experienced an awakening of our spirit as a result of these steps, we tried to carry a message of serenity to those still suffering and practice spiritual principles in all our affairs.