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How do I know if I am a compulsive debtor? Well that’s a fair question. The easiest way to tell is to check the Fifteen Questions to Ask Yourself about Compulsive Debting on the D.A. website.
If you decide you are a compulsive debtor (and only you can make that decision) your next step is to contact D.A.
To Contact Debtors Anonymous directly:
To view D.A. Approved Literature, find D.A. meetings in your area, or learn more about the fellowship of Debtors Anonymous, go to this link: http://www.debtorsanonymous.org.
How Recovery Works: The Steps
Like other Twelve Step programs, D.A. uses the Twelve Steps to help members find recovery. In D.A., recovery is called “Solvency”, and in the D.A. sense, Solvency means not incurring unsecured debt one day at a time. (Unsecured debt is any form of debt not backed up by some form of collateral, such as a house, a car, or another asset.) The Steps are normally done with the help of a sponsor – another member of D.A. who has experience getting solvent in D.A.
How Recovery Works: The Tools
There are also Twelve Tools in D.A. which we use, one day at a time, to get and maintain solvency.
If you are a compulsive debtor, there is hope of a better day. Experience shows that there are many rewards of gaining and maintaining solvency. In fact, D.A. has compiled a list of them here: The Twelve Promises of D.A.
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