This All Twelve Steps for Drug Addiction Recovery: Guide, History & Worksheets is meant to be used as an aid for members at any stage of recovery from addictions such as narcotics, prescription drug dependence, marijuana, and alcohol. This book is written to help you whether it's your first time through the steps or you are a more experienced member.
This book uses the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous and other twelve step literature to help you develop a deeper understanding of how to obtain and maintain healthy sobriety. This book also uses cognitive behavioral therapy to help the person in recovery identify negative mind-sets to avoid and prevent against relapse, depression and anxiety.
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All Twelve Steps for Drug Addiction Recovery:Guide, History & Worksheets
I really loved the narration by Mr. Langhor. Being able to bookmark important parts of the book I could easily go back a rehear sections I needed. I'm visually impaired and even without seeing worksheets I could understand what I need to do. Thank you.
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It helps, give you directions and hope.
I'm new on the journey of recovery and felt so lost on where to begin. This audiobook help me set a path in the direction I want to go in. recommend to all seek recovery.
LOVE THE BOOK BUT NOT THE SOUNDS
I love the content of the book. I also loved that he incorporated CBT principles for application. One of my pet peeves with those who offer advice is the failure to explain how to apply the advice. This book gives practical tips for application and personal examples to help those reading relate to the message. I also loved the connection to the workbook pages and the bog book. I liked the strategic repetitive language. What I disliked the most was the smacking and literally the sound of spit in his mouth. I think at one point he may have been eating. That could just be my annoyance, so please don't change your mind due to that comment. I made it all the way through the book and relistened to a few chapters despite the sound.