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Mindfulness and the 12 Steps
Living Recovery in the Present Moment
With the artistry of a memoirist, Therese Jacobs-Stewart draws on her personal story and an impressive range of knowledge in psychology, spirituality, and the Twelve Steps to show us the way out of the morass of pain and confusion that addiction creates.
Softcover, 208 pp.
Walk the Talk with Step 12
Staying Sober through Service
The culmination of all of the steps, Step 12 calls on each of us to complete our transformation from a self-centered existence fueled by addiction to one of joy and freedom through service to others. In Walk the Talk with Step 12 Gary K. explores the the history of Step 12 and redefines what it means to practice this critical step in modern times.
Shadows in the Sun
Healing from Depression and Finding the Light Within
A first-of-its-kind, cross-cultural lens to mental illness through the inspiring story of Gayathris thirty-year battle with depression.
Softcover, 240 pp.
My Story of Addiction and Redemption
Harrowing and wrenching, Broken paints a picture of a man with every advantage who nonetheless found himself spiraling into a dark and life-threatening abyss. But unlike other memoirs of its kind, Broken emerges into the clear light of Moyers' recovery as he dedicates his life to changing the politics of addiction.
Softcover, 384 pp.
Dr Bob and Bill W Speak
AA's Cofounders Tell Their Stories
Learn about the luminaries behind one of the greatest social movements of our time through the never-before-published recordings, letters, and stories found in this intimate multimedia retrospective.
Softcover, 232 pp., with audio CD
A History of Alcoholics Anonymous
The most complete history of AA ever written. Not God contains anecdotes and excerpts from the diaries, correspondence, and occasional memoirs of AA's early figures.
Paperback, 456 pp.
Sex in Recovery
A Meeting Between the Covers
With this groundbreaking work, Sex in Recovery, Jennifer Matesa uncovers the challenges real people encounter when they start taking their clothes off--without drinking or using in order to do so. Providing readers "a meeting between the covers," Matesa blends first-person accounts bravely shared by diverse members of the recovery community, insights from experts, and her own…
6x9, softbound, 220 pgs.
A Recovery Journal
For Exploring Who I Am
This combined workbook and journal provides a gentle introduction to the healing power of journaling.
Journal, 48 pages
1000 Years of Sobriety
20 People x 50 Years
Twenty people who have each been in recovery for more than fifty years tell their recovery stories and offer actionable advice to others in recovery.
Softcover, 272 pp.
The Secret Life of Heroin
Michael W. Clune's original, edgy yet literary telling of his account of life inside the heroin underground reads like no other, as we enter the mind of the addict and navigate the world therein.
Softcover, 272 pp.
The Man Who Sponsored Bill W.
The story of the life-long friendship between Ebby Thatcher and Bill Willson. A fascinating history of the formative years of AA, as well as the bittersweet tale of the troubled man Bill W. always referred to as "my sponsor."
Paperback, 176 pp.
A Graphic Novel
Through rich illustration and narrative, Sobriety: A Graphic Novel offers an inside look to recovery from the perspectives of five Twelve Step group members, each with a unique set of addictions, philosophies, struggles, and successes while working the Steps
Softcover, 150 pp.
A Place Called Self
Women, Sobriety & Radical Transformation
For many women, newfound sobriety -- with its hard-won joys and accomplishments -- is often a lonely and unsatisfying experience. Here, pioneering therapist Stephanie Brown, Ph.D., helps readers understand that leaving behind the numbing comfort of alcohol or other drugs means you must face yourself, perhaps for the first time.
Softcover, 208 pp.
Personal Stories of Healing from PTSD and Traumatic Events
First-person accounts by five PTSD survivors bring hope to the millions suffering from but not yet diagnosed with this affliction -- and their loved ones.
Softcover, 192 pp.
Take Good Care
Finding Your Joy in Compassionate Caregiving
In Take Good Care, author Cynthia Orange brings together compelling testimonies from a wide range of caregivers, advice from leading experts in the field, and her own hard-won wisdom to capture the subtle differences between caretaking and caregiving.
Softcover, 220 pp.
Survival on the Front Lines of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Addiction
One woman's startling firsthand account of her struggle to protect her children while facing the man she married, a combat veteran plagued by addiction, rage, and depression born from PTSD.
Softcover, 348 pp.
A Nonbeliever's Higher Power
For those who don't believe in God, feel disconnected from the ideas of God presented in organized religion, or are simply struggling to determine their own spiritual path, Marya Hornbacher, author of the New York Times best sellers Madness and Wasted, offers a down-to-earth exploration of the concept of faith.
We Recovered Too
The Family Groups' Beginnings in the Pioneers' Own Words
Through colorful firsthand accounts told through rare recordings of interviews and speeches, diary entries, and other documents dating from the 1940s, recovery historian and beloved author Michael Fitzpatrick presents the inspiring story of Al-Anon. Discover how cofounders Anne B. and Lois W. guided the growth of these groundbreaking groups, later known as Clearing House and, ultimately, Al-Anon.
Softcover, 240 pp., with Audio CD
Bill W My First 40 Years Softcover
An Autobiography by the Co-founder of AA
Told here for the first time in his own words is the story of the man who would come to be known as Bill W. -- a man who, for his part in founding the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous, would be celebrated as one of the most important figures of the twentieth century.
Softcover, 232 pp.
Addict in the Family Revised
Stories of Loss, Hope, and Recovery
Gripping stories of fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters of addicts offer important lessons on loving, detachment, intervention, and self care.
Softcover, 184 pp.
The Grief Club
The Secret to Getting Through All Kinds of Change
Best-selling author Melody Beattie's profoundly personal, powerfully healing book to help readers through life's most difficult times. Part memoir, part self-help book, part journalism, The Grief Club is a book of stories bound together by the human experience of loss in its many forms such as death, divorce, drug addiction, and the tumultuous yet tender process of recovery.
Softcover, 368 pp.
But He'll Change
End the Thinking That Keeps You in an Abusive Relationship
In this compassionate book, Joanna v. Hunter helps women face, head on, the excuses they tell themselves that keep them in abusive relationships. Using expert advice complemented by her story and the stories of dozens of other women who have survived and turned away from domestic violence, Hunter teaches women to identify the lies they've accepted, understand what healthy thinking sounds like,…
Softcover, 248 pp.
The Fractured Life of 3743
A Journey to Redemption
The Fractured Life of 3743 is a journey, beginning with tragedy and addiction and culminating in redemption born out of desperation.
Softcover, 211 pp.
Patrick Butler a Biography Hardcover
The inspiring story of Patrick Butler whose dedication, loyalty, and compassion gave Hazelden a sense of direction and a spirit of humanity and service still evident to this day.
Hardcover, 180 pp.
Bill W Softcover
The absorbing and deeply moving life story of Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
The story of Bill W., a stirring spiritual odyssey through triumph, failure, and rebirth, with vital meaning for men and women in recovery around the world.
Softcover, 344 pages