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Willing Change

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I rely on the Principle of Step Six, “willingness,” one day at a time. I am willing to: take Step One (and continue to take Step One daily) work with a sponsor: get honest and drop the excuses and justifications that had taken over my life discuss my trigger foods and trigger behaviors, make a food plan, pray about it, write it, and commit it to another human being find a Higher Power and talk to this Higher Power about everything step out of the vicious circle of addiction and choose HP every time look at where I was wrong

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