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A Gratitude Reminder
As much as we fight it, human nature, jealousy and envy can make us forget what real gratitude is all about. Gratitude is not in what we say but in how we feel in our hearts and souls.
A Fearless Step Four
Step Four moves us into action. We finally begin to discover who we are and the many "whys" of our behavior. This is one of the few steps that is really all about YOU!
A Defect Called Control
We hate to be labeled "controlling" but most of us do admit that in our addiction(s)control was not only important but vital to survival. In recovery, we have had to learn to let go.
A Daily Focus
All of those daily prayer and meditation books we buy are great. But did you ever think about creating your own daily focus and making it what you really need? Every now and then it is a healthy alternative.
A Celebration Of Sorts
This is my own personal celebration but I couldn't be in this place without all of you. You have continually inspired me and have kept me steady on this road to recovery. I am blessed!
12 Steps That Could Save Your Life
"12 steps that can save your life" by Barb Rogers is not just another book about the 12 steps. It is an opportunity to see the steps in action. This book is great for anyone who wants to refresh their sobriety and for newcomers who still aren't sure what the steps are all about.
'I WILL NOT BE BROKEN
Every single person in the universe will probably face a crisis sometime in their lives. We can't know the future but we can be a little more prepared for it. This is a great book for anyone who wants to live a full, happy life no matter what!
"When Man Listens"
We in recovery sometimes forget that the 12 Steps started long before Bill and Dr. Bob. This is a review of a book published in 1937 that is timeless and for everyone.
"Mommy Doesn't Drink Here Anymore"
"Mommy Doesn't Drink Here Anymore", by Rachael Brownell is a sincere, heartfelt story of a alcoholic who like many of us, is a wife, mother, daughter and friend. Read this review and I am sure you will be anxious to follow her journey as you recall your own.
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