Staying Sober Without God: The Practical 12 Steps to Long-Term Recovery from Alcoholism and Addictions #ad - Explore the patterns that keep you stuck and systematically remove them from your life. Heal the damage done to your loved ones. Discover powerful tools that help keep you grounded in the moment and free from overwhelming emotionsLive a full, healthy, balanced life free from the prison of addictive behavior.
One step at a time, you can end the cycle that causes suffering for you and your loved ones. Finally, a psychology-based approach to recovery that doesn't require faith in a god or supernatural being.
Twelve Secular Steps: An Addiction Recovery GuideBeowulf Press, LLC #ad - Yet the traditional steps and approved literature may prove problematic, for they have seen little evolution since their evangelical origins in the 1930s. This guide features adaptations grounded in a science-based understanding of both addiction and the recovery process. The first crisis is an honest admission that my addiction is real, and it’s out of control.
The next crisis then hits: what am i going to do about it? One solution is to use the support and experience of fellow addicts and alcoholics who have successfully recovered in 12 Step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous. The best indicator is the willingness to show up and actively work on recovery with a “little help from my friends”.
Twelve Secular Steps: An Addiction Recovery Guide #ad - . The best indicator of success is not how confidently we proclaim “God will do this” or “I got this”.
Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life: finally, a daily reflection book for nonbelievers, freethinkers and everyoneRebellion Dogs Publishing #ad - All of us were quickly losing interest in the local meetings; Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life gave all of us a much needed spark that has renewed our interest in the fellowship. Christopher burn, "almost everything about the book looks ground breaking and thought provoking, writer, from its interactive format on the Kindle version you can browse through a hundred or so linked topics such as 'Brain Chemistry', blogger, 'Gratitude' or 'Zen', psychotherapist, remarks, to its edgy literary style.
The book includes an index of over 120 topics, extensive notes and a bibliography. Given that the latest pew research survey found that twenty percent of the American people list their religious affiliation as 'None, ' it is certainly time that the Recovery world took into consideration this population's needs.
Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life: finally, a daily reflection book for nonbelievers, freethinkers and everyone #ad - The book is outstanding. I doubt that any believer will find anything objectionable in its pages. Beyond belief is the first secular daily reflection book written in a contemporary language for today's addicts and alcoholics in recovery. Used book in Good Condition. Beyond belief addresses that need in a confident, non-aggressive way.
Finally, a daily reflection book for everyone from Rebellion Dogs Publishing. It’s way, way better than good.
The Alternative 12 Steps: A Secular Guide To RecoveryAA Agnostica #ad - This ground-breaking book - as valuable today as it was when it was first written - is their sharing of this secular translation. In the alternative 12 steps: a Secular Guide to Recovery, Martha Cleveland and Arlys G. In 1991, two women were successfully working the 12-Step program… and they were atheists.
The foreword to this second edition of the book begins with a striking quote from Chapter Three which captures the essence of both the book and the 12 Steps: "We can learn the universal, generic pattern of life's dance from the 12 Steps. At the same time the authors conscientiously maintain the intention and integrity of the program - its values, scope and depth.
The Alternative 12 Steps: A Secular Guide To Recovery #ad - The language is clear, engaging and personal. They knew the program worked, and translated the Steps into secular terms. A chapter is devoted to each Step. Show how the 12-step program can be interpreted and worked by those who simply do not believe in an interventionist deity. But in our individual dance of life, we choose our own music and dance our own dance.
This is a unique, inspiring and helpful book for anyone - regardless of belief or lack of belief - who would like to work the 12 Step program. Used book in Good Condition.
The Little Book: A Collection of Alternative 12 StepsAA Agnostica #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Four interpretations of each of the steps by well-known authors stephanie covington a Woman’s Way through the Twelve Steps, Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart Mindfulness and the 12 Steps, Allen Berger The Therapeutic Value of the 12 Steps and Gabor Maté In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts.
There are many versions of the 12-Step program of recovery. A celebration of the varieties of recovery experience. From the foreword by William L. The little book is a celebration of the many ways people are today adapting and interpreting the original 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous in order to achieve a “personality change sufficient to bring about recovery from alcoholism.
A beautiful testimony to AA’s living history. Ernest kurtz, author, Not God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous. In fact, there are about as many versions as there are alcoholics in AA who use the program to get sober and to maintain their sobriety. Thus begins the little Book: A Collection of Alternative 12 Steps.
The Little Book: A Collection of Alternative 12 Steps #ad - Templates so the reader can write her or his own personal alternative 12 Steps as well as record insights into - and interpretations of - each of the Steps. White, author, slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America. An essay that accurately and insightfully traces the origins of the AA 12-Step recovery program.
The Five Keys: 12 Step Recovery Without A GodCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - The Five Keys: 12 Step Recovery Without A God #ad - The five keys provides insight into the program that makes the religious elements transparent and allows you to work the program without a God or Higher Power. Used book in Good Condition. This groundbreaking, short book by archer voxx is the best resource available for people who have trouble with the “god stuff” of the 12 Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Recovery Dharma: How to Use Buddhist Practices and Principles to Heal the Suffering of AddictionIndependently published #ad - He understood our attachment to pleasure and aversion to pain. We approach recovery from a place of individual and collective empowerment and we support each other as we walk this path of recovery together. The buddha knew that all human beings, struggle with craving—the powerful, to one degree or another, sometimes blinding desire to change our thoughts, feelings, and circumstances.
We believe that’s what the Dharma teaches us. This program leads to recovery from addiction to substances like alcohol and drugs, and also from what we refer to as process addictions. Used book in Good Condition. Those of us who experience addiction have been more driven to use substances or behaviors to do this, but the underlying craving is the same.
Recovery Dharma: How to Use Buddhist Practices and Principles to Heal the Suffering of Addiction #ad - We can also become addicted to sex, work, lying, gambling, self-harm, shopping, technology, media, codependence, food, stealing, obsessive worrying. And he found a solution. In the buddhist tradition, "Dharma" means "truth, " or "the way things are. This book describes a way to free ourselves from the suffering of addiction using Buddhist practices and principles.
And even though the buddha didn’t talk specifically about addiction, he understood the obsessive nature of the human mind. Our program is based on the idea that every one of us is our own guide in recovery from addiction, with the help and understanding of our wise friends and sangha community. This is a path to freedom from any repetitive and habitual behavior that causes suffering.
A Journal of Serenity, Gratitude and Sobriety: A Shocking Twelve Step Recovery Notebook - How to Become Happy, Joyous and Free in a World of Shit Guided Recovery Journal - Fuck This ShitIndependently published #ad - No, wait, that is you making those things happen! this notebook is only the place you captured your wonderful journey! Great for those new to sobriety, as well as those who have been on the path of long-term sobriety. Just some of the shit you get in this book:where to put your shit on the table - meeting informationdid i do that shit? - Daily Inventory / Amends ListSeriously, What The Fuck? - Things to Talk To Your Sponsor AboutHoly Fucking Shit - Journaling About Spiritual GrowthThat Shit Hurts - This Too Shall PassMany, Many More.
. Perfect for:sponsor/sponsee giftssobriety birthday/anniversarynewly sober peoplecrusty old travelers on the path of long term sobrietyTreatment CentersAA, CA or any other program that helps you get through this shit storm!Contents and Format:Size: 6" x 9" - Big enough to write easily, small enough to carry easily!Pages: 110 PagesPrompted Journal Entries - some big, NA, some not so bigWill Absolutely Work - If YOU Work It.
A Journal of Serenity, Gratitude and Sobriety: A Shocking Twelve Step Recovery Notebook - How to Become Happy, Joyous and Free in a World of Shit Guided Recovery Journal - Fuck This Shit #ad - Keep coming back! serenity press - odaATAn imprint of New Nomads Press focused on living better through wellness, recovery, and sobriety. This guided, 110-page journal helps you deal with life on life's terms. If we can be of any service, please do not hesitate to contact us!We actually think that life is to be enjoyed.
Keep laughing and stay sober! fuck this Shit and Have a Good Time! Used book in Good Condition. We are a group of long-term sober designers who want to help others achieve the quality of life they deserve. Fuck this shit!a journal of Serenity, Gratitude, and Sobriety.
Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Recovering from AddictionHarperOne #ad - Refuge recovery is a systematic method based on Buddhist principles, non-theistic, which integrates scientific, and psychological insight. Used book in Good Condition. Viewing addiction as cravings in the mind and body, Levine shows how a path of meditative awareness can alleviate those desires and ease suffering.
Refuge recovery A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction. Bestselling author and renowned buddhist teacher noah Levine adapts the Buddha's Four Noble Truths and Eight Fold Path into a proven and systematic approach to recovery from alcohol and drug addiction—an indispensable alternative to the 12-step program.
Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction #ad - While many desperately need the help of the 12-step recovery program, the traditional AA model's focus on an external higher power can alienate people who don't connect with its religious tenets. Refuge recovery includes daily meditation practices, written investigations that explore the causes and conditions of our addictions, and advice and inspiration for finding or creating a community to help you heal and awaken.
Practical yet compassionate, levine's successful Refuge Recovery system is designed for anyone interested in a non-theistic approach to recovery and requires no previous experience or knowledge of Buddhism or meditation.
12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs Are Gone: Choosing Emotional Sobriety through Self-Awareness and Right ActionHazelden Publishing #ad - Refuge recovery A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction. Used book in Good Condition. The author of the classic 12 stupid things That Mess Up Recovery offers a fresh list of "smart" things to do to attain and sustain emotional sobriety. Whether it's called "dry drunk" or "white knuckle sobriety, " it's that stage in recovery when we realize that "putting the plug in the jug" isn't enough.
These smart things include: understanding who you are and what's important to you; learning not to take others' reactions personally; trusting your inner compass; and taking responsibility for your reactions to problematic situations. Described as an "absolute dependency" on people or circumstances, security, and develop the tools to find prestige, and belonging within.
12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs Are Gone: Choosing Emotional Sobriety through Self-Awareness and Right Action #ad - 12 smart things to do when the booze and Drugs Are Gone: Choosing Emotional Sobriety Through Self-Awareness and Right Action. It is in these practices that we find release from what Bill W. The next step is taking responsibility for the emotional immaturity that fuels our addictive personality and has a tremendous impact on ourselves and others.
Allen berger, phd, draws on the teachings of Bill W. And psychotherapy pioneers to offer twelve hallmarks of emotional sobriety that, when practiced, give people the confidence to be accountable for their behavior, ask for what they want and need, and grow and develop a deeper trust in the process of life.
The Sarcastic Big Book: The Story of How Thousands of Well-Intentioned Men and Women Have Totally Screwed Up the Original MessageIndependently published #ad - 12 smart things to do when the booze and Drugs Are Gone: Choosing Emotional Sobriety Through Self-Awareness and Right Action. Used book in Good Condition. For them, we hope these pages will effectively point out the absolute ridiculousness of much of what is commonly spoken, and accepted in the world of recovery today, taught, thus inspiring a reevaluation of the actual “Big Book”.
The Sarcastic Big Book: The Story of How Thousands of Well-Intentioned Men and Women Have Totally Screwed Up the Original Message #ad - We are a diminishing group of men and women whose amazing experience actually resembles the incredible experience described in the original “Big Book. To show other alcoholics, through the heavy use of sarcasm, precisely how far away from that message we have strayed is the main purpose of this book. What is written here may be found offensive to some.
And maybe it should be - because these pages contain nothing but a sadly accurate description of exactly what has been constantly reflected back to its author for several decades. Refuge recovery A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction.