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On Sale: November 16, 2011
Pages: 128 | ISBN: 978-0-307-80624-6
Published by : Crossing Press Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
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A time-proven process of healing, The 12-Step method is a practical approach to overcoming addictions, codependency, and compulsions. These steps will help you:
  • Heal your relationships with others.
  • Master new skills to sustain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Restore joy and meaning to your life.
  • Overcome social isolation.
  • Learn to hear and be honest with yourself.
  • Build a clear sense of purpose.
  • Kathleen S.

    About Kathleen S.

    Kathleen S. - Pocket Guide to the 12 Steps
    Kathleen S., born in Santa Cruz and raised in Northern California, has been a sober AA/NA/Alanon member continuously for over 30 years. She was one of the several founders of the Adult Children of Alcoholics movement internationally in the mid-80's. Later, she served on the Board of the National Council on Codependence, Inc., and was V.P. of that organization for two years. She has held a variety of paid and volunteer positions of trust and respect working with State Mental Health, Rehabilitation and Retraining efforts, faith-based outreaches and Native People. Philosophically, she is an American Pragmatist with an almost musical background in the study of mathematics set theory and Oriental Taoism that goes back to the very early '60s. While remaining true to AA in every respect, her practical holism brings a touch of grace, almost the scent of the cool Pacific coastal breeze, to her handling of the Steps.

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