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The Gifts of Imperfection
Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are
This New York Times best-seller by Brene' Brown, Ph.D., a leading expert on shame, blends original research with honest storytelling and helps readers move from "What will people think?" to "I am enough."
Softcover, 160 pp.
Practicing the Here and Now
Being Intentional with Step 11
How do we unlock and experience the teachings of Step Eleven? Herb K. helps us realize that working--and living--this vital recovery "maintenance Step" doesn't have to be as much of a challenge as commonly thought.
Softcover, 160 pp.
The Dual Disorders Recovery Book
A Twelve Step Program for Those of Us with Addiction and an Emotional or Psychiatric Illness
A compelling resource, with a focus on Steps One through Five, for people in recovery from co-occurring disorders.
Softcover, 254 pp.
Body Mind and Spirit
Through daily quotes, thoughts, and affirmations on the issues encountered in recovery--depression, self-esteem, fear, spirituality, hope -- this book offers practical advice on making positive choices for healing spiritually, mentally, and physically.
Softcover, 384 pp.
The Way of Our People
Weekly Inspiration for American Indians in Recovery from Alcoholism
These inspirational meditations, prayers, and stories were written by an Ojibwe Elder and alcohol and drug counselor to speak directly to American Indians about their everyday experience of recovery from alcoholism. A combination of Ojibwe and Twelve Step spiritual principles and practices and stories from Indians struggling with recovery create an authentic experience of the challenges and…
Softcover, 184 pp.
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.
Today I Will Do One Thing
Daily Readings For Awareness and Hope
The groundbreaking and motivating daily meditation book for people in recovery from co-occurring disorders.
A Restful Mind
Daily Meditations for Enhancing Mental Health
With A Restful Mind, Mark Allen Zabawa offers the first book designed to provide inspiration and support specifically for people living with mental health problems. A year of daily readings address the common life issues that arise for those with mental health problems and help those dealing with a disorder start or end each day more at peace with themselves and the world.
Softcover, 400 pp.
Emotions Anonymous Softcover
This is the basic text of the Emotions Anonymous fellowship, based on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. Included are personal stories offering hope of recovery from feelings of emptiness and low self-esteem.
Softcover, 251 pages
A Kinder Voice
Releasing Your Inner Critics with Mindfulness Slogans
Well-known mindfulness meditation teacher and author Therese Jacobs-Stewart offers one of the most effective approaches to calming a self-critical mind.
Softcover, 192 pgs.
The Twelve Steps and Dual Disorders
A Framework of Recovery for Those of Us with Addiction and an Emotional or Psychiatric Illness
A gentle, spiritual, and supportive approach to strengthening recovery from co-occurring disorders.
Softcover, 5-3/8" x 8-3/8", 112 pp.
An Invitation To Self-Care
Why Learning to Nurture Yourself Is the Key to the Life You've Always Wanted
An Invitation to Self-Care uncovers seven principles for care that are rooted in self-empowerment and self-knowledge. Through personal stories and observations, exercises and quizzes, and interviews with experts and everyday people, you are invited to consider self-care across your relationships, finances, spiritual and professional life and more.
6 x 9, Softcover, 200 pp.
The Addictive Personality
Understanding the Addictive Process and Compulsive Behavior
This classic, groundbreaking book brings depth and dimension to our understanding of how an individual becomes an addict. For anyone interested in understanding addiction.
Softcover, 144 pp.
I Thought It Was Just Me But It Isn't
Making the Journey from 'What Will People Think?' to 'I Am Enough'
Best-selling author Dr. Brené Brown helps us take shame that permeates our lives and reclaim the gifts of imperfection: The courage to be real, the compassion to love ourselves and others, and the connection that gives true purpose and meaning in life.
Softcover, 336 pp.
What to Do When Your Kid Needs an Entitlement Intervention
Entitlement is often confused with the word affluenza, a term used to describe the spoiledness of the very rich. But entitlement occurs across all income groups. It's a state of mind, the concept that "I deserve, even without putting in an effort." This attitude begins at home, but often our society helps reinforce it. Think of the so-called participant trophies given to all kids…
Softcover, 200 pp.
Letting Go of Shame
Understanding How Shame Affects Your Life
As we identify shame and use recovery skills to work through it, this book explains the emotion of shame and its impact on our self-image and relationships.
Softcover, 228 pp.
Responding to Anger
Whether it's a peer, a child, a teenager, your closest friend, or a total stranger who's putting you on the spot, the Responding to Anger workbook gives you the tools, techniques, and know-how to defuse anger, work through it to greater intimacy, or sense when it's best left alone.
Softcover, 272 pages
Changing to Thrive
Using the Stages of Change to Overcome the Top Threats to Your Health and Happiness
Changing unhealthy behaviors is easier said than done. In this groundbreaking book, you will be guided through a six-stage process designed to help you assess your readiness to change, then tap the inner resources necessary to thrive physically, emotionally, and socially. Through interactive exercises, Changing to Thrive will help you progress through the stages of change and learn that you have…
6 x 9, Softcover, 296 pgs.
How to Help Someone Who Doesn't Want Help
Vernon Johnson, creator of the Johnson Model of intervention, describes the process that has successfully motivated thousands of chemically dependent people to accept help. A classic in addiction literature.
Softcover, 132 pp.
From Fear to Serenity with Anthony de Mello
What you hold in your hands is not merely a book; it is a path to hope, a guide to prayer, and a call to see in a new way. It is an invitation to go beyond the ego and to drop any addiction to worry. It is a call to breathe easily and become aware.
Softcover, 146 pp
The Recovering Body
Physical and Spiritual Fitness for Living Clean and Sober
Just as recovery requires daily practice, so does physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. In The Recovering Body, seasoned health writer, Jennifer Matesa ignites the recovery community with the first-ever guide to achieving physical recovery as part of your path to lifelong sobriety.
Softcover, 200 pp.
Dying to Be Free
A Healing Guide for Families after a Suicide
Authors Beverly Cobain and Jean Larch break through suicide's silent stigma in Dying to Be Free, offering gentle advice for those left behind, so that healing can begin.
Softcover, 144 pp.
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.
What Went Right
Reframe Your Thinking for a Happier Now
Learn to change the self-critical stories in your mind and reframe your perception to gain the self-confidence needed to build a more fulfilling relationship, career, and social life. Through practical, easy-to-understand principles and techniques as well as real-life examples, What Went Right teaches you to recognize and intervene on self-defeating thought processes. Through these exercises, you…
Almost a Psychopath
Do I (or Does Someone I Know) Have a Problem with Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?
Ronald Schouten, MD, JD, and James Silver, JD, draw on scientific research and their own experiences to help you identify whether you or a loved one are "almost psychopath," or someone who falls in the spectrum between normal health and the full-blown medical condition.
Softcover, 280 pp.