Release Date: 1998-01-01
Genre: Drug addicts
Narcotics Anonymous Step Working Guides are meant to be used by NA members at any stage of recovery, whether it's the first time through the steps, or whether they have been a guiding force for many years. This book is intentionally written to be relevant to newcomers and to help more experienced memebers develop a deeper understanding of the Twelve Steps.
Author: M V Peterson
Publisher: Emerald Ink Pub
Release Date: 2007-06
The basic principles of many of the popular twelve step programs are combined in this book into one easy text, covering problems with: Alcohol Drugs Gambling Anger Food Relapse People, Places, & Things. This book will benefit anyone suffering from these destructive behaviors by using a series of open-ended questions to work the twelve steps of recovery programs.
Author: Sterling T Shumway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2012-03-22
Six guiding principles key to lasting recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Why they’re important, how they relate to the Twelve Steps, and why they work. Anyone who has recovered from addiction to drugs or alcohol knows that getting sober is only the beginning. Working the Steps, patching life back together, and living sober are where the real work lies. While the Twelve Steps provide a program of lifelong recovery, recovery experts Sterling Shumway and Thomas Kimball have identified six essential values, or principles, that reinforce the Steps and that are key to achieving lasting recovery:Hope: A reawakening after despair; to live with greater confidenceHealthy Coping Skills: Managing the pain and stress of lifeSense of Achievement and Accomplishment: Moving beyond the limits of addiction toward personal goalsCapacity for Meaningful Relationships: The positive support and connection with family and peersUnique Identity Development: The emergence of a unique positive identityReclamation of Agency: The internal knowledge that you have choices in your behaviorUsing their research, personal stories, and guided journals and exercises, Shumway and Kimball thoroughly unlock these complex principles for recovering addicts and their families, and provide practical steps for applying them to a long-term recovery program.
Narcotics Anonymous: White Booklet One of NA's earliest publications became the heart of N.A. meetings and the basis for all subsequent N.A. literature. This booklet contains the twelve steps or principles to recovery, the twelve traditions of NA, and an inspiring selection of personal stories written by men and women who are recovering from an addiction to drugs. Recommended for anyone embarking on the road to recovery, and for all who want to help themselves or someone else stay clean.
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2009-07-23
This compelling Dual Disorders Recovery Book, written for those with an addiction and a psychiatric illness, provides a source of information and support throughout recovery. This compelling book The Dual Disorders Recovery Book, written for those of us with an addiction and a psychiatric illness, provides a source of information and support throughout our recovery. Personal stories offer experience, strength, and hope as well as expert advice. The book offers information on how Steps 1-5 apply specifically to us. An appendix includes a "Blueprint for Recovery," the meeting format of Dual Recovery Anonymous, and self-help resources.
Companion to the book, Life with Hope: A return to living through the 12 steps and 12 traditions of Marijuana Anonymous. Useful when working the 12 Steps of Marijuana Anonymous with a sponsor. Includes activities and worksheets.