Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.
Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
The infamous 7-9 steps! Well these are the steps you hear on television and comedy shows all the time referencing the importance of taking care of your business. In fact there was a sitcom several years ago based around these steps where he made a list of all the people he ever wronged in his life and the entire show was based with him going around and trying to make amends. Obviously, it did not go well many times and he was perplexed as to why he couldn’t work things out and make things right.
Well getting back to the REAL world these steps work very closely with the previous steps. Looking at our demons we begin to realize how much damage we created not only to ourselves but those around us. So once we get through taking a mo...
Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
Admitted to God/Higher Power, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
We’re entirely ready to have God/Higher Power remove all these defects of character.
Now these are the steps in which everyone indicates are the “major ones”. Everyone says to focus on these as they are the harder ones to deal with and in fact will take the most time to get through. When working on this it is important to work with someone that you trust and can share your darkest secrets. We all have them and at times we are not aware of some as we put them far away. Far enough away where we don’t see it ourselves. However when it does appear and it will, make it a point to look at why you hid it away in the first place. If it is something detrimental to yourself or others as you go through this process it is your duty to seek professional help to assist in this matter. You could not detangle this web alone the first t...
Serotonin and also helps to produce niacin
This neurotransmitter produces relaxation and sleep. Foods high in tryptophan are cheese, chicken, eggs, fish, milk, nuts, turkey, soy, tofu, green leafy vegetables, dairy products, bananas, peanut, peanut butter, pineapple, avocado, soy, lentils, sesame seeds, and pumpkin. There is not an abundance of foods that contain tryptophan, and those that do may not contain amounts sufficient to make it into the brain if they are competing with other amino acids, especially tyrosine. However, carbohydrates help carry the tryptophan to the brain. It is better to eat tryptophan-rich foods and carbohydrates in the evening when you want to relax and prepare for sleep.