Is there a support group or program for atheists and agnostics? AA works well for a lot of people but for an atheist such as myself, the "higher power" things is a problem, as well as step 1: I understand that we're supposed to declare that we are powerless over addiction, but vehemently disagree. I think it is crucial that we begin to see ourselves as powerFUL, and we must proactively take control of our lives rather than turn to a "higher power". Does anyone know if there is a group for people like me?
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