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📒Living Sober Trade Edition by Anonymous
Living Sober Trade Edition Summary : Tips on living sober.
📒Living Sober After Leaving A A by X. Bob Wilson
Living Sober After Leaving A A Summary : Most people who join AA leave within a few years, but when they do, few resources exist to guide them on their new path. The key to successful transition to life after AA is to have a conscious process for making the change to post-AA life. You need to know where you want to go, not just where you've been. This book offers a conscious process for getting yourself to that goal.
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📒Living Sober Workbook by George B
Living Sober Workbook Summary : This workbook has been written to be used with the booklet "living Sober." It can provide future reference when it has been completed.
📒Living Sober by Charles Fuchs
Living Sober Summary : Living Sober: Life Beyond Alcoholism Guide The road to recovery can be tough and arduous. But Charles Fuchs reveals his practical solution and guide to stay sober for the rest of your life! If your recovering from alcholism and do not want to relapse back into your old ways, than this concise, informative and impact book is for you! What You Will Learn Lifestyle Changes Positive Mindset Self-Care Holistic Solutions Fresh Perspective Life is a journey and the path to freedom can be overwhelming, but in the book Living Sober: Life Beyond Alcoholism Guide you will learn how to remain sober and alcohol free for the rest of your life! What are you waiting for? Grab your copy now and take on an empowering read that will change your life forever! Your one step closer to complete remission and freedom is just a step away, Remember there is always a silver lining even among the darkest of clouds
📒Still Standing by Bucky Sinister
Still Standing Summary : Stories heal, and Bucky Sinister, sober since February 19th, 2002, and a veteran of the punk rock and spoken word scene, brings the stories from the trenches about how to get sober, stay sober, and live sober. Still Standing is about the stories that heal you, and the hard times that don’t kill you. Sinister goes beyond the 12-steps with stories from the misfits, freaks, and weirdos that have come to recovery from a variety of backgrounds--tattoo artists, bartenders, musicians to help answer the What Now? question of living sober. Topics include: 10 Things Every New Recovering Addict Should Have; Prayer and the Atheist; Job Interviews; and Ways Addicts Can Be of Service to Normies.
📒Staying Sober by Meredith Gould
Staying Sober Summary : Day-to-day and moment-to-moment techniques plus program slogans and humor provide newcomers with fresh wisdom for maintaining sobriety. The fundamental components of staying sober--not using, going to meetings, reaching out, working the Steps, and serving other--are only the beginning of the strategies offered. Day-to-day and moment-to-moment techniques plus program slogans and humor provide newcomers with fresh wisdom for maintaining sobriety.
📒Staying Sober In Mexico City by Stanley Brandes
Staying Sober in Mexico City Summary : Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America. Over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.A. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also explains how an organization rooted historically in evangelical Protestantism has been able to flourish in Roman Catholic Latin America.
📒One Day At A Time Recovery by Brian Amen
One Day at a Time Recovery Summary : Many people are either addicted to, or recovering from addiction, whether it is alcohol, or drugs, prescription medication, sex, gambling, porn or the internet. This is a workbook and personal guide to finding freedom from our addictions. One Day at a Time Recovery is a recovery workbook for all kinds of addictions that will help addicts make significant steps into recovery and sobriety. A help for managing your addiction and breaking destructive habits Despite unprecedented attention on addiction and recovery, the Centers for Disease control estimates that 114 people die a day because of drug misuse. Other sources estimate that a mere 5 to 20 percent of people who go through formal addiction recovery programs make it to sobriety in the first two years. There is clearly a need to include holistic methods to prevent relapse and building a new life after addiction. One Day at a Time Recovery workbook offers a practical daily do it yourself best practices approach to long term relapse prevention and sobriety. Follow this strategy and you might as well achieve the recovery and sobriety results achieved by others who managed to heal from their addictions. Like cancer traits in a human body, addictive behaviors fall on a spectrum, and they can be a normal response to extreme situations. One Day at a Time Recovery book is a guide to helping you become "normal again". This book is unlike other normal informational addiction and recovery books, educating you on what addiction is or what it is not, and which treatment approach works best for any individuals, rather, this is a workbook that you can use to reset your mind and brain to then recreate your desired life. Because recovery is possible, you can stop any compulsive behavior and experience sobriety. One Day at a Time Recovery is a paradigm shifting recovery and sobriety platform for living free from addiction.
📒Sober Living For The Revolution by Gabriel Kuhn
Sober Living for the Revolution Summary : Examining the multigenerational impact of punk rock music, this international survey of the political-punk straight edge movement—which has persisted as a drug-free, hardcore subculture for more than 25 years—traces its history from 1980s Washington, DC, to today. Asserting that drugs are not necessarily rebellious and that not all rebels do them, the record also defies common conceptions of straight edge's political legacy as being associated with self-righteous, macho posturing and conservative Puritanism. On the contrary, the movement has been linked to radical thought and action by the countless individuals, bands, and entire scenes profiled throughout the discussion. Lively and exhaustive, this dynamic overview includes contributions from famed straight edge punk rockers Ian MacKaye of Minor Threat and Fugazi, Dennis Lyxzén of Refused and the International Noise Conspiracy, and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy; legendary bands ManLiftingBanner and Point of No Return; radical collectives such as CrimethInc. and Alpine Anarchist Productions; and numerous other artists and activists dedicated as much to sober living as to the fight for a better world.