The Twelve Steps for Christians
This revised edition is a powerful resource for merging the practical wisdom of the Twelve Steps with the spiritual truths of the Bible.
Twelve Steps for Adult Children
A unique tool for adults suffering the effects of growing up in a troubledenvironment. This book offers a format for understanding and dealing with feelings of anger, guilt, fear and despair. By releasing the past, individuals learn that they are valuable and worthwhile just as they are
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The 12 Steps : A Way Out : A Spiritual Process for Healing
Twelve-step program workbook including individual exercises and suggestions for group activities.
- The 12 Steps : A Way Out : A Spiritual Process for Healing Paperback
Adult Children of Alcoholics
In the 1980's, Janet Woititz broke new ground in our understanding of what it is to be an Adult Child of an Alcoholic. In this updated edition of her bestseller she re-examines the movement and its inclusion of Adult Children from various dysfunctional family backgrounds who share the same characteristics. After decades of working with ACoAs she shares the recovery hints that she has found to work. Read Adult Children of Alcoholics to see where the journey began and for ideas on where to go from here.
- Adult Children of Alcoholics
Paths to Recovery: Al-Anon's Steps, Traditions and Concepts
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- Used Book in Good Condition
12 STEPS TO FREEDOM: A RECOVERY WORKBOOK
Back in print! 12-Step workbook specifically to re-bond with and empower the Inner Child. Uses visualization and active imagination to contact deeply anchored "triggered" behavior patterns and coping mechanisms from childhood or adult trauma. Release and replace these in safe setting including ACA, Al-Anon or therapy at your own pace. Originally released by THE CROSSING PRESS in 1991, 12 STEPS TO FREEDOM is available now. Called, "a remarkably valuable handbook that makes the 12 Steps meaningful . . . of interest to insiders and to those outside the movement who wish to understand it more fully," by Frank Riessman, Director, National Self-Help Clearing House, NY, NY, this reissue contains all of the original text plus about 8,000 words of new exercises and materials. This is recovery for radicals as well as for those who find that old hopelessness and despair are re-emerging in conventional recovery, despite their best efforts at living the Steps. Instead of AA's usual passive, "I can only change myself" approach, Kath advocates courage to challenge the dysfunctional myths and the conditioning we've all been subjected to--by our addicted parents, by our prejudiced rulers and bosses, by propaganda and threats--and to reframe our whole point of view as we pull out the "hooks" in ourselves that have rendered us rebels or victims. "Choice is an option," she assures us, as she brings Bill W.'s "instincts out of balance" approach to recovery up to date by means of whole-brain techniques such as combining active imagination with self-inventory. "We can cease being passive consumer-enablers to the extremely isolated .1 of 1 who are doing everything money and power can do to force us into denial of the dilemma we all must face, or perish. Addiction to power, to greed, self-indulgence and to the drugs our culture pushes is at the root of our planetary crisis--TOP DOWN! We recover, individually, but we must become empowered adults in fellowship to take control of our culture. 12 Steps to Freedom is for people who are willing to become whole. It is a guide for cooperation, creativity, self-respect and love that rebuilds fearlessly. The Inner Child is the Life Force. Unlock the dark cellar, take off the burdens and shame they've been told they must bear. All those lies and our reactions to lies! This is not an easy path, but it is sure, and it is what we've always known was our due. Welcome home! First things first.
One Day at a Time in Al-Anon
Provides daily meditations and readings to help families of alcoholics find strength and hope.
- One Day at a time in Al-Anon
- Alcoholics Anonymous adjunct
The Inner Child Workbook: What to do with your past when it just won't go away
Recovery therapist Cathryn Taylor offers a step-by-step guide to reparenting the children within and healing their shame, anger, and feelings of abandonment. Using written and verbal exercises, guided imagery, journaling, drawing, mirror work, and rituals, you can change your experience of the past.
For each of the seven stages of childhood, you will follow six steps:
Identify your pain.
Research its childhood roots.
Re-experience the pain.
Separate from it.
Grieve the losses of each stage.
Ritually release the pain and reclaim the joy of each inner child.
In the end, you will reap the rewards of the wisdom of your true self.
"This easy-to-follow six-step formula helps you contact true spirituality through ritual and imagery, while healing your inner children. The book is brilliant, and serves as a bridge between the psychological and the spiritual."--Laurel King, Author of Women of Power and coauthor of Living in the Light
"Cathryn Taylor takes the next step: for her, the inner child is a palpable and real force in life. Methodically she applies a healing formula for each stage of growth and development, offering each of us valuable help in completing the childs unfinished business."--Jeremiah Abrams, Editor of Reclaiming the Inner Child
Lifeskills for Adult Children
From JANET WOITITZ, the author of the New York Times bestseller Adult Children of Alcoholics -- a wonderful book that affirms and encourages AcoAs by developing your skills for living.
Imagine how good you would feel if:
- You could stand up for yourself without losing your temper
- You could make a decision without second guessing yourself
- You didn't have a sense of worthlessness every time someone criticized you
- You could learn how to establish and defend boundaries
So, if you have difficulty:
- Making contact with others
- Expressing feelings
- Asking for what you want
- Giving others what they want
- Solving problems
- Asking others to change their behavior
- Handling criticism
- Saying no and sticking with it
- Lifeskills for Adult Children
Facing Codependence: What It Is, Where It Comes from, How It Sabotages Our Lives
Revised and Updated With Over 600,000 Copies Sold
Pia Mellody creates a framework for identifying codependent thinking, emotions and behaviour and provides an effective approach to recovery. Mellody sets forth five primary adult symptoms of this crippling condition, then traces their origin to emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical and sexual abuses that occur in childhood. Central to Mellody's approach is the concept that the codependent adult's injured inner child needs healing. Recovery from codependence, therefore, involves clearing up the toxic emotions left over from these painful childhood experiences.
- Facing Codependence: What It Is, Where It Comes From, How It Sabotages Our Lives
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