Healthy Members Healthy Meetings Healthy Groups 1. Sharing our ESH 2. Studying the Steps 3. Serving our Fellow Members
1. Sharing our ESH “We are always an example of recovery in action. ” “The Newcomer will learn what and how to share by watching us. ”
1. Sharing our ESH Q. How does the Seasoned Member share appropriately? Q. How do we select inspiring topics? How do we maintain healthy members, meetings and groups?
2. Studying the Steps “Trust the Process” “We must come to our own understanding, even as we practice a program that is outlined for us in the literature and shared with us in the literature and at our meetings. It is necessary to do so if recovery is to become a way of life for us and not just a phase we are passing through. ”
2. Studying the Steps “Together, the steps, the traditions and the spiritual principles allow us to grow, thrive and sustain ourselves through difficulty and can guide our decisions in service and throughout our lives. ”
3. Serving My Fellow Members “Let Q. it begin with me. ” What is service?
Service Positions: Change of people through regular rotation. As Nar-Anon members we are all equal and we are self-accountable to do our part. We do not govern.
Service is where we: Practice the spiritual principles. Practice who we hope to become.
Helpful pamphlets: Group Inventory Group Conscience and Business Meetings Guidelines for Healthy Meetings Appropriate Sharing and Crosstalk