The Spring 2016 Issue of In Recovery Magazine features an article authored by our friend Steve K. whose help with this site is much needed and appreciated. Steve writes about his early struggle with sobriety until he became comfortable with a humanistic approach to the Twelve Steps. Steve believes in the transformative power of the Twelve Steps and has no problem incorporating them into his life.
Congratulations Steve on having your work published, and thank you for getting the message out that AA and the Twelve Steps are accessible regardless of one’s beliefs or lack of belief.
About Steve K.
Steve K has been a member of AA for 24 years and lives in Cheshire, which is in the N. West region of England. He would describe himself as a humanist/agnostic. His home group is the Macclesfield Saturday morning AA group and he regularly chairs the meeting. He has a background in advice and counselling work, mainly in the areas of mental health and social welfare law. Steve enjoys swimming and going to the gym regularly at the local Leisure Centre and hill walking in the Cheshire countryside.
He’s recently started a recovery blog, 12stepphilosophy, and has self-published an eBook entitled “The 12 Step Philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation by Steve K.” The Third edition is available as both an eBook and a paperback at Lulu.