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Twelve Step Sponsorship
How It Works
The first truly comprehensive look at sponsorship. Includes sections on finding a sponsor, being a sponsor, and guiding your sponsee through each of the Twelve Steps.
5-3/4"x8-3/8" Trade Paper, 288 pp.
Back to Basics
The Alcoholics Anonymous Beginners Meetings
If you're new to AA, have just become a new sponsor, or simply want to reinvigorate your recovery program, Back to Basics will guide you through the Twelve Steps anew. Based on the content and flow of the earliest AA Beginners' Meetings in the 1940s, this guide conducts you through the Twelve Steps in four one-hour sessions.
Softcover, 189 pp.
Unpacking Steps One, Two, and Three with Someone Who's Been There
Step Up: Unpacking Steps One, Two, and Three with Someone Who's Been There, by Michael Graubart. Twelve Step programs can sometimes be intimidating. Before you walk into that meeting, you want to know the scoop and what it's really like to work a Twelve Step recovery program. Graubart honestly addresses the most common questions about the Twelve Step fellowship. As someone who's been where you…
Softcover, 200 pp.
The Soul of Sponsorship
The Friendship of Fr. Ed Dowling, S.J. and Bill Wilson in Letters
The Soul of Sponsorship will illuminate how Father Ed Dowling, an Irish Catholic Jesuit priest who was not an alcoholic, was able to be of such great help to Bill Wilson.
Paperback, 160 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.
If You Want What We Have
Written as conversations between sponsor and sponsee, these daily meditations explore the concerns, dilemmas, and struggles involved every day in recovery.
Softcover, 420 pp.
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.
Three Simple Rules
Uncomplicating Life in Recovery
If sobriety were easy, everybody who wanted to be sober would be. The reality is that making life changes is hard--and everything seems more complicated when addiction or alcoholism is in the mix. The good news is that if we truly want to have meaningful lives, there are just three things we need to focus on. Trust God. Clean house. Help others.
5 3/8 x 8 3/8, paperback, 150 pp.