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Cut Down Drinking
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 4,430. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2016 by booksmango. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcoholism
Change is difficult; losing weight, cutting down drinking, improving relationships, stopping smoking, increasing self-esteem, eating healthily and dealing with anxiety are all really, really difficult. This series of self-help workbooks will help you make all of these changes. Each workbook has been carefully devised by a small group of specialists to ensure that you make lasting changes as fast a
Kickstart Your Recovery - The Road Less Traveled to Freedom from Addiction
Price: Free! Words: 31,080. Language: English. Published: August 5, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Addiction and recovery, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcoholism
Newcomer's Guide to recovery and alcoholics anonymous with answers to many frequently asked questions. Addiction is a cruel and subtle disease that robs it's victims of so much. Kickstart Your Recovery offers a powerful message to those who are looking for a way out from an endless cycle of pain and loss.
No Desire to Drink
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 34,290. Language: English. Published: November 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcoholism
No Desire to Drink is a clear, compelling look at the developmental process of the high functioning alcoholic, self-recognition, and what it takes to beat the problem of excessive drinking.
How I Stop Drinking & Stay Sober For Over 13 Years (And Counting) - A Simple & Effective 5-Step System of Alcohol Addiction Recovery
Price: $4.97 USD. Words: 12,810. Language: English. Published: October 25, 2013 by Living Plus Healthy Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Addiction and recovery, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » healthy living
A lot of drunks say “Quitting is easy, I’ve done it a hundred times.” Not very funny perhaps, but true. The problem is not just quitting; it’s quitting for good that’s problematic. That's what this book is for - a simple guide consisting of five steps guaranteed to start working for you today. You’ll have the best knowledge on recovering from alcohol, staying sober, and getting your life back.
Stevie's Big Adventure
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 35,400. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » Biography » Celebrity biography
An autobiography which is about recovering from an abusive childhood, and overcoming addictions. Perhaps the most readable recovery book yet, simply told, profoundly stirring. A self help book with a hero. Lively, provocative reading, by a hypnotherapist, pilot, and inventor, who has done his own recovery work. With easy to do, effective healing exercises.
How To Stop Drinking On Your Own
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 11,770. Language: English. Published: February 9, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Addiction and recovery, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcoholism
More alcohol abusers and alcoholics stop drinking on their own than through AA, 12 Step programs, and all treatment programs combined. Far more! In "How To Stop Drinking On Your Own" Dr. Mary Ellen Barnes and Dr. Edward Wilson combine their 25 years of personal and professional experience so that you too can quit drinking on your own. Recovered, not "in recovery." Ex-drinker, not "alcoholic."
My Name Is Lillian And I’m An Alcoholic (And An Atheist): How I Got And Stayed Sober In AA Without All The God Stuff
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 37,210. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Mental health
My Name is Lillian and I’m an Alcoholic (and an Atheist) is about sobriety from a secular perspective. In a series of short, fun, “warts and all” essays, Lillian describes how she uses the tools of AA without dependence on God or a Higher Power. Anyone looking for help, but uncomfortable with AA’s use of Judeo-Christian spirituality will find a refreshing take on sobriety.