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Mental Illness, Addiction, and the 12 Steps
Marya Hornbacher, author of the international best sellers Madness and Wasted, offers an enlightening examination of the Twelve Steps for those with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders.
Rewind Replay Repeat
A Memoir of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Rewind, Replay, Repeat is the revealing story of Jeff Bell's struggle with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and his hard-won recovery.
Softcover, 368 pp.
eBook Get Me Out of Here
My Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks for iPhone, iPod, PC, or Mac Buy your iBook at iTunesWith astonishing honesty, this memoir Get Me Out of Here, reveals what mental illness looks and feels like from the inside, and how healing from borderline personality disorder is possible through intensive therapy and the support of loved ones.
eBook Bill W
The absorbing and deeply moving life story of Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks Buy your iBook at iTunesThe 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.
Diary of an Alcoholic Housewife
Brenda Wilhelmson's Diary of an Alcoholic Housewife offers insight, wisdom, and relevance for readers in recovery, as well as their loved ones, no matter how long they've been sober.
Softcover, 400 pp.
eBook A Biography of Mrs Marty Mann
The First Lady of Alcoholics Anonymous
The first woman to achieve long-term sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous, Marty Mann advocated the understanding that alcoholism is an issue of public health, not morality. In their fascinating book, Sally and David Brown shed light on this influential figure in recovery history.
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
His Last Steps
When beloved recovery speaker, author, and sponsor Earnie Larsen learned that he had inoperable cancer, he began to write letters to those he cared about, sharing insights from his final journey. This moving collection edited by his wife, Paula, compiles these letters and journal entries from Earnie's "God File" to create a moving and courageous testament of a man who died as he lived…
Softcover, 239 pp.
Becoming Ms. Burton
From Prison to Recovery to Leading the Fight for Incarcerated Women
One woman's remarkable odyssey from tragedy to prison to recovery and recognition as a leading figure in the national justice reform movement. Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van on their street in South Los Angeles. Consumed by grief and without access to professional help, Susan self-medicated, becoming addicted first to cocaine, then crack.…
Hardcover, 8 1/4 x 5 1/2, 336 pp.
The Joey Song
A Mother's Story of Her Son's Addiction
The Joey Song is the poignant story of a defiant addict and the mother who won't give up on him. She finally realizes that it hurts more to hang on than to let go, and that letting go is not the same thing as giving up. Sandra Swenson beautifully orchestrates a mother's lessons of love and loss, while surviving her son's addiction.
Softcover, 200 pp