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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
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 pp.
How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
Daring Greatly is not about winning or losing. It's about courage. In a world where "never enough" dominates and feeling afraid has become second nature,
Believing in Myself
Daily Meditations for Healing and Building Self-Esteem
These enlightening meditations address raising low self-esteem, an essential part of the healing process for those of us recovering from addictions and those who still feel the pain of childhood wounds or abuse.
Softcover, 4" x 6", 400 pages
Working in the Dark
Keeping Your Job While Dealing with Depression
Authors Fawn Fitter and Beth Gulas provide a reassuring, informative guide to dealing with depression on the job. They address questions such as: Should I ask my boss for time off?
Softcover, 168 pp.
The Recovering Heart
Emotional Sobriety for Women
Beverly Conyers, a prominent voice in recovery, uses personal stories and informed insight to guide you in achieving emotional sobriety by addressing behaviors and feelings unique to the female experience.
Softcover, 208 pp.
Honest Meditations for Mothers with Addicted Children
In the shadows of our child's struggles with addiction, we find ourselves tending to a life for which we weren't prepared. Yet that place also holds great opportunity for personal growth. These meditations provide encouragement and understanding for those who are realizing that recovery rarely follows a neat or comfortable path. Along the way, we plant beautiful roses only to be injured by their…
Softcover, 264 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…
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.
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.
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.
A Sober Mom's Guide to Recovery
Taking Care of Yourself to Take Care of Your Kids
Recovering from an addiction is tough enough, but when you throw in the tremendous responsibilities of motherhood, resisting cravings and remaining abstinent - much less enjoying the rewards of sobriety - can seem like an impossible challenge.
5 3/8 x 8 3/8, Tradepaper 200 pp.
Sex Addicts Anonymous
Attending SAA meetings starts us on a new way of life. But while the SAA fellowship supports our recovery, the actual work of recovery is described in the Twelve Steps
Self-Care for Caregivers
A Twelve Step Approach
Self-Care for Caregivers offers thoughtful guidance for the family caregiver on how to take care of yourself so you can take care of others.
Softcover, 152 pages
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.
Achieving Emotional Sobriety in Your Spiritual Practice
In Recovering Spirituality, researcher and clinical psychologist Ingrid Mathieu uses personal stories and practical advice to teach us how to grow up emotionally and take responsibility for ourselves.
Softcover, 200 pp.
20 Quick Techniques
Sleep. We all want it. We all need it. Without sleep we feel unfocused, anxious, run down, not ourselves. Don't spend one more night tossing, turning, staring at the clock.
Softcover, 100 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.
Rock the Boat
How to Use Conflict to Heal and Deepen Your Relationship
An honest look at what really works to bring more intimacy and deeper trust into your relationship. Couples therapist Resmaa Menakem challenges couples not to avoid conflict-Don't be afraid to rock the boat! The emotional transformation that results can forge a greater, more mature intimacy; a deeper trust; and a stronger bond.
Getting Rid Of Resentments
Resentments are a leading cause of relapse. This booklet outlines eight ways to end resentments for good.
Booklet, 28 pp.
Young Women's Lives Handbook
Building Self-Awareness for Life
Provides Young Women's Lives participants with a written record of what they have don and an opportunity to think more deeply about the issues raised in the sessions.
Handbook, 40 pp.
What It Is and How It Hurts Us
Providing a clear definition of emotional abuse, this pamphlet explains the forms it can take and the effects it can have and suggests how to work toward change.
Pamphlet, 16 pp.