RDAP's "The Eight Attitudes"
1) HONESTY: Is the foundation of change. Being truthful. Areas that you refuse to be honest in will likely result in your future relapse.
2) HUMILITY: Knowing that you do not rule the world. Being humble and not self-centered. Humility helps you understand that your actions are based on what is right and wrong, not what you can and cannot get away with.
3) OBJECTIVITY: Not being biased or taking sides. You will learn to focus on others and not just yourself, learning to be unselfish.
4) GRATITUDE: Grateful for the opportunity to change. Learn to be grateful for the opportunity to change and toward the people who are willing to help you.
5) CARING: Support for those around me. Caring helps provide support for yourself and those around you.
6) RESPONSIBILITY: Being responsible for your own actions. The ability to focus on your contribution to a problem rather than looking for someone or something else to blame.
7) OPEN-MINDEDNESS: Willing to try something new: Accepting feedback about your behavior and different way of doing things. Being open to trying new ways.
8) WILLINGNESS: Daily effort. Willing to go to any lengths for your recovery.
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