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A Diary of Sobriety By David Stashko
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This is a diary of one man's sobriety that took place over the period of a year. While it is a personal reflection of self, it is also a shared tome of experience, strength and hope for anyone who... More > has ever struggled with addiction.< Less
Sobriety's Secret Step By Lee Bracker
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Two doctors of Orthomolecular Medicine believed they were having some success in treating alcoholics who could not remain sober by giving them a vitamin treatment. Their studies with schizophrenics... More > as well as those that were alcoholics not responding to traditional therapeutic methods intrigued Bill Wilson. Bill Wilson believed they had discovered the “exact nature” of the allergy Dr. Silkworh had talked about. He maintained that Silkworth, when he referred to an “allergy of the body,” knew the condition was not strictly an allergy. Dr. Silkworh simply used the word in search of a new one. Bill successfully treated himself as well as 20 out of 30 recovered alcoholics with vitamin B-3, or niacin, of which he and they suffered chronic anxiety and depression. His Communications to A.A.'s Physicians in 1967 and 1968 were unanimously declined and denied access within A.A. circles by the very same people Bill appointed to make decisions; Frank Amos, Willard Richardson and LeRoy Chipman.< Less
Sobriety's Secret Step By Lee Bracker
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Two doctors of Orthomolecular Medicine believed they were having some success in treating alcoholics who could not remain sober by giving them a vitamin treatment. Their studies with schizophrenics... More > as well as those that were alcoholics not responding to traditional therapeutic methods intrigued Bill Wilson. Bill Wilson believed they had discovered the “exact nature” of the allergy Dr. Silkworh had talked about. He maintained that Silkworth, when he referred to an “allergy of the body,” knew the condition was not strictly an allergy. Dr. Silkworh simply used the word in search of a new one. Bill successfully treated himself as well as 20 out of 30 recovered alcoholics with vitamin B-3, or niacin, of which he and they suffered chronic anxiety and depression. His Communications to A.A.'s Physicians in 1967 and 1968 were unanimously declined and denied access within A.A. circles by the very same people Bill appointed to make decisions; Frank Amos, Willard Richardson and LeRoy Chipman.< Less
Alcoholics Anonymous - Big Book By Bill Wilson
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Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from... More > alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Features: Original 1st & 2nd Edition Forewords Doctor's Opinion Main 164 Pages Spiritual Experience 40+ First and Second Edition Stories Main 164 pages include original page numbers regardless of font size or page flow.< Less
Recovery Slogans Floral Calendar By Serenity Prayer Gifts
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Twelve months of favorite recovery slogans over radiant floral backgrounds. Inspiring, comforting, nice gifts!
Seeking Bliss: A Study of Addiction and Recovery By Jack Haas
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Using addict/alcoholic first person accounts and direct involvement and participation, a sociologist answers the questions: What are the addict/alcoholics perceptions of childhood? How, in... More > general, do they see themselves? Why do addicts choose to mood-change and self-abuse? Why do addict/alcoholics have to "hit bottom" before recovery is possible? Why is "near death" essential to recovery? How does the ritual and psychoterapeutic program of Alcoholics Anonymous and other twelve-step programs work to faciiltate recovery? What role does the "wounded child" play in limiting "emotional sobriety?" How does meditation--looking inward rather than outward, serve all humans by contributing to serene and blissful living?< Less
Transcending Hell,Manifesting a Zen Spiritual Path in Recovery from Addiction and Alcoholism By Taiyu John Robertson
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Long term recovery from alcoholism and addiction isn't easy. While many find initial success in sobriety, securing ongoing happiness, peace of mind, and a meaningful life often seems maddeningly... More > illusive. Transcending Hell offers an approach to sustained recovery that incorporates a Zen sitting practice with more traditional avenues of sobriety.< Less
Serenity Prayer Floral Calendar By Serenity Prayer Gifts
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Twelve months of the Serenity Prayer by Reinhold Niebuhr over radiant floral backgrounds. Inspiring, comforting, nice gifts!
2018 Serenity Prayer Floral Calendar By Serenity Prayer Gifts
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Twelve months of the Serenity Prayer by Reinhold Niebuhr over radiant floral backgrounds. Inspiring, comforting, nice gifts!
Escaping From The Bondage Of Addiction - Learning Who You Are And How To Live Sober By John Edwards
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ESCAPING FROM THE BONDAGE OF ADDICTION is a valuable resource to assist you in navigating your journey in recovery. It provides insight and exercises to assist you with: • Early recovery... More > issues such as taking personal responsibility for your recovery and setting priorities; both of which will reduce the risk of relapse • Learning more about yourself; who you are, and what you stand for so that you can make better decisions that will improve the quality of your sobriety • Setting recovery and personal goals to maximize your impact on your own recovery and the world around you.< Less