Step 8

Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all

About Step 8, from the Mormon Channel


Larry’s drug addiction started when he was a teenager, following a troubled childhood. He decided to run away from his broken home and went 13 years without speaking to his father. His anger at his parents fueled his addictive behavior. Seeking forgiveness for himself and for others was key to his recovery. More information is available at the Mormon Channel.

Click the appropriate View button below to watch the associated video. Note that these videos are provided not so that you will totally agree with every one of them since each video may be presented with a somewhat different perspective on a Higher Power. Hopefully you can feel kinship with one or more of the perspectives, however, and thereby gain some guidance. The goal is for you to be able to work the program effectively and find a fulfillment of the the 12 step promises in your life.


Sobriety TV

Bernard Robeson talks about Step 8 and how making amends means creating "a mending" of what was broken by the addictive behaviors.

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Sober MD

Dr. Douglas Cook talks about getting started with Step 8 and his personal experiences with that step and his experiences with his patients.

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Tommy Rosen

Tommy Rosen says that amends involve a commitment to change. In yoga, this means taking our peace "off the mat" and into the world.

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John Anthony

A Church of God minister presents the message that Jesus has the ability to save, deliver, and help you overcome your powerlessness.

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