Met a reformed alcoholic today. Didn't have time to talk to him much. But did pause to ask him what brought him back, and his answer interested me greatly.
He said he talked about it, to friends. Now, I say one of the steps to change, is to confess your wrong. If you cannot admit you are doing something wrong, how can you ever get away from doing it?
So, I thought what the reformed alcoholic told me to be of great worth. Here was an individual who had overcome alcoholism, and what he judged to be the key factor in his change, was what amounted to confession.