AA Thought for the Day
May 6, 2020
The most common symptoms of emotional insecurity are worry,
anger, self-pity, and depression. These stem from causes which
sometimes seem to be within us, and at other times to come from
without. To take inventory in this respect we ought to consider carefully
all personal relationships which bring continuous or recurring trouble.
It should be remembered that this kind of insecurity may arise
in any area where instincts are threatened.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Step Four) p. 52
Thought to Ponder
Anger is but a mask for fear.
W A S P = Worry, Anger, Self-Pity.
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