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Twenty Four Hours a Day for Teens (24 Hours) A daily meditation book created to help young people navigate the peaks and valleys of developing an active spiritual life in recovery. As an abridged and revised version of the classic <I>Twenty-Four Hours a Day</I>, this volume reflects the time-honored wisdom that has helped millions of recovering people around the world in their program of living one day at a time. Zoom image Twenty Four Hours a Day for Teens (24 Hours)
Daily Meditations
A daily meditation book created to help young people navigate the peaks and valleys of developing an active spiritual life in recovery. As an abridged and revised version of the classic Twenty-Four Hours a Day, this volume reflects the time-honored wisdom that has helped millions of recovering people around the world in their program of living one day at a time. 
Item: 2095
4" X 6", Softcover, 416 pp.
 
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The 12 Steps Unplugged In this simple and often funny guide, the author interprets the philosophies and stories of the Big Book in straightforward language that speaks to regular people. John will help you connect with the basic messages of getting honest with yourself, accepting the help of others, and finding a relevant spiritual support. Zoom image The 12 Steps Unplugged
A Young Person's Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous
In this simple and often funny guide, the author interprets the philosophies and stories of the Big Book in straightforward language that speaks to regular people. John will help you connect with the basic messages of getting honest with yourself, accepting the help of others, and finding a relevant spiritual support. 
Item: 4893
Softcover, 136 pp.
 
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Young Sober and Free Second Edition Real teens tell the real story about getting sober and staying sober in this edgy, winning interpretation of the Twelve Steps. Author Shelly Marshall lets teens speak for themselves, while expertly augmenting their stories with discussions about time-honored Twelve Step principles. Young Sober and Free Second Edition
Experience, Strength, and Hope for Young Adults
Author: Shelly Marshall
Real teens tell the real story about getting sober and staying sober in this edgy, winning interpretation of the Twelve Steps. Author Shelly Marshall lets teens speak for themselves, while expertly augmenting their stories with discussions about time-honored Twelve Step principles. 
Item: 2016
Softcover, 168 pp.
 
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eBook Earn It! 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 playing on a sports team—not just those who excel. Early prevention of entitled attitudes can help lower the risk of our kids' future addiction, but of course, it’s no guarantee. 

Earn It! What to Do When Your Kid Needs an Entitlement Intervention will teach you how to create a family culture where responsibilities are honored, praise has meaning, decisions are made skillfully, and gratitude is second nature. Zoom image eBook Earn It!
What to Do When Your Kid Needs an Entitlement Intervention
Author: Michael Wetter, PsyD, Eileen Bailey
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… 
Item: EB3379
240 pp.