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Finding a Home Group: A Guide to Choosing the Right Twelve Step Meeting for You

by James G.

For newcomers and experienced Twelve Steppers alike, this valuable guidebook will guide you in finding the right home group so you can make the most of your meetings.

The first advice most people hear when beginning...


The Interventionist

by Joani Gammill

"Exuding the same passion and purpose as the author herself, Joani Gammill's The Interventionist is a heartfelt game changer and long overdue. You deserve to read it." --Dr. Phil McGraw, host of CBS's nationally...


The 12 Steps Unplugged: A Young Person's Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous: A Young Person's Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous

by Anonymous

Like many alcoholics and addicts, when John R. began his recovery at age seventeen, he was given a Big Book. At first he was reluctant to wade through the old-fashioned language and the stories about people...


Living in Balance Meditations Book: 90 Meditations for Recovery from Addiction

by Jeffrey A Hoffman

"Chinese sage Lao Tzu said every journey begins 'with a single step.' Recovery begins in the same way. Thankfully, Dr. Jeff Hoffman has penned a simple and elegant volume of meditations to accompany you along...


God Grant Me The Laughter: A Treasury Of Twelve Step Humor

by Ed F.

"The strength of our recovery is in direct proportion to our ability to laugh at ourselves." Laughter heals, particularly the laughter that comes when we understand the lifesaving difference between "how it...


The Hug Therapy Book

by Kathleen Keating

Relax, raise your arms, place them around the person in front of you and squeeze gently. But, no bear hugs, please. Kathleen Keating and Mimi Noland combine their talents to show how and why all kinds of hugs...


Six Essentials to Achieve Lasting Recovery

by Sterling T. Shumway & Thomas G. Kimball

This book offers six guiding principles that are key to lasting recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. It will help you understand why they're important, how they relate to the Twelve Steps, and...


The Anger Workbook

by Lorrainne Bilodeau

Get the better of your anger before it gets the better of you.

Someone blames you, berates you, fails you, talks behind your back. Sure, you're mad--but what good does it do you? Plenty, if you learn the lessons...


Fourth Step Guide Journey Into Growth: Hazelden Classics for Clients

by A.C.S.W., Daryl Kosloskie

In this helpful guide, the authors lead us through exercises that enable us to examine our behaviors, thoughts, feelings and actions in preparation for the Fifth Step.


A Biography of Mrs Marty Mann: The First Lady of Alcoholics Anonymous

by Sally Brown & David R. Brown

The little-known life of Marty Mann rivals a Masterpiece Theatre drama. She was born into a life of wealth and privilege, sank to the lowest depths of poverty and despair, then rose to inspire thousands of others,...


Self Esteem a Family Affair

by Jean Illsley Clarke

Strong self-esteem is a critical ingredient for human happiness--and its development begins at home in the nurturing interactions between children and adults. Clarke's unique approach to building self-esteem...


Staying Clean: Living Without Drugs

by Anonymous

Each section of Staying Clean focuses on one of 33 proven ideas for staying drug-free, such as seeking professional help, using meditation, attending support groups, and praying. An excellent introduction to...


Worthy of Love: Meditations On Loving Ourselves And Others

by Karen Casey

For those who struggle to love and be loved -- Worthy of Love offers 52 wisdom-filled meditations. Favorite Hazelden author Karen Casey clarifies the varieties of love: the love we show friends, family, a lover,...


Spent: Break the Buying Obsession and Discovery Your True Worth: Break the Buying Obsession and Discovery Your True Worth

by Sally Palaian

Today, Americans are saving less, carrying larger debt loads, losing their homes to foreclosure, and filing bankruptcy in record numbers. Yet, people continue to spend more than they can afford.

The advice of...


How to Make Almost Any Diet Work: Repair Your Disordered Appetite and Finally Lose Weight

by Anne Katherine

In How to Make Almost any Diet Work, Anne Katherine offers news to millions of Americans struggling to lose weight: Your willpower doesn't stand a chance against your body's biochemistry. Dieting sets you up...


A Place Called Self A Companion Workbook: Women, Sobriety, and Radical Transformation

by Stephanie Brown

A Place Called Self: A Companion Workbook addresses one of the greatest gifts and biggest challenges for women in recovery: Discovering the real, true self. Stephanie Brown explains how the process of becoming...


Born to Lose: Memoirs of a Compulsive Gambler

by Bill Lee

"My history of gambling really began before I was born." So opens Born to Lose, Bill Lee's self-told story of gambling addiction, set in San Francisco's Chinatown and steeped in a culture where it is not unheard...


Marijuana What's a Parent to Believe

by Timmen L Cermak

As a parent, if you're not sure what to believe about marijuana, how will you handle the subject with your child? Maybe you smoked pot as a teen, or you use marijuana today. Maybe you never tried pot, or you...


When Misery is Company: End Self-Sabotage and Become Content

by Anne Katherine

Surprising as it may sound, many people take comfort in their own misery. Feeling too good for too long (or even feeling good at all) can be scary for people, explains Anne Katherine.

"Achievement creates anxiety....


Easy Does It Dating Guide: For People in Recovery

by Mary Faulkner

How much of your past should you share? Is it wise to date another addict in recovery? What should you do if you're attracted to a problem drinker? These are important questions in any dating relationship, but...