Here are some frequently asked questions about the Proactive 12 Steps. See also: Core ideas.
How do I work with this online workbook?
How to share this process with a friend or a group
Why do the 12 steps talk so much about life change and so little about habits that need to change?
Why are the Proactive Twelve Steps written from the perspective of “I”, as opposed to “we” like the traditional Twelve Steps?
What is the process of change in the Proactive 12 Steps?
Why do you refer to Inner Power instead of Higher Power?
What about codependency & codependent relationships?
Is it possible to approach the 12 steps from a humanist perspective?
Is it possible for agnostics and atheists to relate to the Twelve Steps?
Can the 12 steps work without God?
What is addiction? Definition by Gabor Mate
What is the cycle of addiction?
What does mindfulness have to do with addiction?
Are there meetings & other resources?
See also: Note for therapists about using the Proactive 12 Steps in therapy