Step 5

Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs

About Step 5, from the Mormon Channel

Jessica’s food addiction only got more serious when her husband passed away. Before she completely lost hope, she sought help. To quit drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes was one thing, and to change her life-threatening eating habits was another. Because she confessed her problems to herself, to God, and to someone who could help, recovery was possible. More information from the Mormon channel.

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Sobriety TV

Bernard Robeson from Sobriety TV presents an overview of Step 5 and the way in which even the phrasing in Step 5 is an encouragement.


Sober MD

Dr. Douglas Cook talks about getting started with Step 5 and his personal experiences with that step and his experiences with his patients.


Tommy Rosen

Tommy Rosen talks about the power of Step 5 to bring us out of isolation, especially when done within a supportive yoga community.


John Anthony

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


Fr. Martin

Fr. Joseph C. Martin gives an overview of how the first step is usually the most obvious and yet is often the most difficult step for us to take.