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List of the ‘don’ts’ in Chapters Seven to Nine (Alcoholics Anonymous) – source http://ow.ly/LcnSH  from http://first164.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Criticising (89:3)
  • Forcing yourself on people (90:4)
  • Pleading hysterically (90:4)
  • Being over-anxious (91:0)
  • Putting pressure on people (91:2)
  • Moralising (91:3)
  • Lecturing (91:3)
  • Nagging (91:1)
  • Taking offence (94:1)
  • Being contradictory (94:2)
  • Wearing out your welcome (95:1)
  • Exhibiting passion for crusade or reform (95:1)
  • Talking down from a spiritual hilltop (95:1)
  • Prodding (95:3)
  • Pushing (95:3)
  • Discouragement (96:1)
  • Avoiding responsibilities (97:1)
  • Depending on people ahead of God (98:1)
  • Arguing (98:3)
  • Fault-finding (98:3)
  • Participating in the quarrels of others (100:2)
  • Thinking of what you can get out of a situation (102:0)
  • Withdrawing (102:1)
  • Intolerance (103:1)
  • Hatred (103:1)
  • Bitterness (103:2)
  • Hostility (103:2)
  • Fighting anything or anyone (103:3)
  • Condemnation (108:1)
  • Anger (111:0)
  • Being a killjoy (111:2)
  • Hurry (113:1)
  • Crowding people (113:2)
  • Taking sides in arguments (115:3)
  • Resentful or critical disagreement (117:3)
  • Expecting too much (118:2)
  • Urging attention for yourself (119:1)
  • Dampening enthusiasm (119:1)
  • Complaining (119:2)
  • Reminding others of spiritual deficiency (120:2)
  • Arranging others’ lives (120:3)
  • Guiding the appointments or affairs of others (120:3)
  • Wrapping others in cotton wool (122:1)
  • Placing others on a pedestal (122:1)
  • Having fixed ideas about others’ attitudes towards you (122:1)
  • Interest in having your wishes respected (122:1)
  • Demanding that others concede (122:1)
  • Playing the lead (122:2)
  • Arranging the show to your liking (122:2)
  • Measuring life against that of other years (123:1)
  • Reproach (123:3)
  • Digging up past misdeeds (124:3)
  • Gossip (125:2)
  • Ridicule (125:2)
  • Making careless or inconsiderate remarks (125:2)
  • Placing money first (127:1)
  • Self-pity (127:3)
  • Self-justification (127:3)
  • Rancour (134:3)
  • Bias (134:3)
  • Standing in judgment (135:2)
  • Pettiness (‘making a burning issue out of …’) (135:2)
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