Step Ten is, at its core, being humble enough to admit when you’re wrong. This Step does two things. First, it serves to prevent conflicts and hurts from becoming so big that amends (Step Eight and Nine type of amends) are needed. How? Because by being humble and admitting you’re wrong, you open the door in the moment for relational restoration. That’s the second thing. Not speaking your feelings + time = resentment. And the bigger resentment grows, and more space it creates between people. Step Ten, when worked daily, can short circuit that process and keep relationships in tact!