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Fear Inventory Worksheet

Fourth Step Fear Inventory Worksheet

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Free AA Fourth Step Fear Inventory Worksheet For Addicts and Alcoholics






Fears Worksheet For Addicts and Alcoholics

Simplifying The AA 4th Step
Fears Inventory

The AA Fourth Step has long been one of the most challenging steps for those new in recovery, often being the place in the step work where they stop doing the work and relapse. We believe that the 4th Step fear inventory is critical for long-term sobriety, and there was a need for a simplified system to help addicts and alcoholics make it past this crucial step.

We work directly from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous’ fourth step fears examples and have created a FREE worksheet to assist those on this important journey. This worksheet is designed to:

  • Provide a straightforward guide to completing your fear inventory quickly and thoroughly
  • Offer a convenient worksheet you can fill out right on your device, no matter where you are
  • Help individuals follow a clear system to get to the depth of their fears to release them
  • Complement our other fourth step worksheets, enabling you to finish this step and recover

These fourth step worksheets have been created specifically for the 12-step program to simplify the process using modern devices and technology. These worksheets do not alter the content found in the Big Book of AA, which is widely used in many different 12-step recovery programs. Our goal is simply to serve all addicts and alcoholics seeking a new way of life!

Download your free copy today and get through this step, moving forward with your program and your life free from fear and anxiety!

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"This Worksheet Makes The 4th Step Fears So Much Simpler"

“Selfishness-self-centeredness! That, we think, is the root of our troubles. Driven by a hundred forms of fear, self-delusion, self-seeking, and self-pity, we step on the toes of our fellows and they retaliate.” – Big Book page 62

This AA 4th Step Fear Inventory Worksheet was created as a simple way to understand and rid yourself of all these forms of fear. You can print this out and write it all out with a pen, fill it out right on your device and duplicate it as many times as you need to get all your fears on paper, or can even download it and copy the outline over to your own paper.

This worksheet was made to make the fourth step simpler for you to finish, and you can use it however it is helpful to you, your sponsees, or your fellowship. Use it as many times as you need to rid our fellowships of fears and people going out on the fourth step!

By working through fear inventory examples and documenting your fears, you’ll find a clearer path to spiritual and emotional healing. The AA 4th Step Fear Inventory Worksheet aims to make facing your fears less daunting, offering a structured approach to tackling those deep-seated fears that might be holding you back.

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Relapse Prevention By Working The Fourth Step...

From countless hours spent in 12-step meetings and listening to others’ stories, we’ve learned that the fourth step inventory is often where newcomers in recovery fall off in the work.

Our goal is to help you avoid relapse during this crucial step by providing a streamlined worksheet for the fear inventory. This tool simplifies the process, making it accessible anytime, anywhere.

We are committed to preventing relapses and want you to stay with us in this journey! There are addicts and alcoholics struggling right now who will one day connect with you and experience breakthroughs as they work through the fears inventory with your guidance.

This Fear inventory worksheet Is for whoever:

  • Is ready to complete the fourth step and recover for good
  • Is working the 12 steps out of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Wants to help sponsees get through their fear with clarity
  • Has an honest desire to recover from drug and alcohol addiction for good
  • Wants free resources to build a solid 12 step recovery program
Relapse Prevention Worksheet