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Grapevine : April 2011
aagrapevine.org 23 is "My Part." I ask him to go over in his mind all the circumstances that were associated with this anger, and determine how he contributed to the situation. I advise him that this is o en not easy, but all that counts is thor- oughness and honesty. A er another week working on these columns, we have our regular meet- ing. O en, he may have some di culty with the "My Part" column. I try to be as helpful as possible without telling him what he should write down. Here it is important that I remind myself that the inventory is his, that I am a guide and not an author. We turn the page over and inventory fear. I demonstrate with two columns: One is entitled "I Am Afraid Of" and the second is "Why." I usually o er an example like: "I'm afraid of relapse." e second column would read: "I've relapsed PHOTO BY ANONYMOUS