My expanded answer...
We go to AA meetings sometimes... most often the discussion types of meetings... and topics will get picked such as the one above. Triggers, resentments, fear, etceteras...
And, the entire hour of the meeting seems to get consumed by AA's that are sharing every possible way that they can think of (or, been told of, or read in a book, or heard in a treatment center, or from a doctor or therapist, or their "good ole' common sense)... and not once during the hour does one of the other AA's just pop up with something like:
Resentments? Gid rid of them with the 12 Steps
Fear? Be free of it.
Triggers? Get rid of them with the 12 Steps.
Can I go into a place where alcohol is served? Sure -- just don't go in while you still have the mind of an alcoholic! What's that mean? Take the 12 Steps -- to be free of the mind of an alcoholic! That's what "recovered" means, (restored to sanity) along with being sober.
Relationships? Clean house with the 12 Steps, which will get your relationship with your self in order, your relationship with God in order, and it will prepare you for healthy relationships with others. Then, when you get in a relationship -- or, go home to an old one -- practice the 12 Traditions in the Home and in the relationship.
AAWS published a book years ago of at least 100 ways "to avoid taking the next drink" (not sure if the book is still published or not)... Only on the last page was it included... "If those things don't help -- try the Steps."
I think a smaller book could have been written (of course it wouldn't have sold as many copies or made as much money)... and the book have only one page... that said something like "Take the 12 Steps and see if the problem still exists. If the problem still exists... examine the way that you took the Steps... and re-take them if necessary. If that doesn't work, THEN we'll write more pages to this book!"
One of the purposes of the 12 Steps, by design, are to "get rid of the triggers" to drinking.