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         Addiction And Recovery:     more books (107)
  1. Addiction and Pregnancy: Empowering Recovery through Peer Counseling by Laura M. Sanders, Barry R. Sherman, et all 1998-08-27
  2. Finding the Recovery in You: A Candid Look into Overcoming Addiction or Any Other Obstacle in Your Life by Ronald Newman, 2003-11-25
  3. God Exists: One Man's Discovery of God-Leading to Recovery from Alcoholism and Drug Addiction by Frederick W. Roman, 2000-12
  4. Family Recovery: Growing Beyond Addiction by Terence T. Gorski, Merlene Miller, 1982-06-01
  5. Opiate Dependence Treatment Options: From Sober Recovery to Suboxone (Suboxone Talk Zone) by Jeffrey T Junig MD PhD, 2009
  6. Junky Road-A Recovery Guide From Bad Credit Addiction by Eugene C. Kelley Esq., 2010-09-14
  7. Facing Love Addiction - reissue: Giving Yourself the Power to Change the Way You Love by Pia Mellody, J. Keith Miller, et all 2010-12-21
  8. The Art of Recovery by Whitney Nobis, 2010-03-09
  9. The Spiritual Recovery Manual: Vedic Knowledge and Yogic Techniques to Accelerate Recovery for Addicts, Codependents and Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families by Patrick Gresham Williams, 2002-12-10

141. Drug Alternative Program - Christian Alcohol And Drug Rehab Recovery Homes
Residential Christian home offering drug and alcohol recovery and rehab programs for adult men. Inpatient services utilize a holistic approach to addiction. Grand Terrace, CA.
A residential Christian home offering drug and alcohol recovery and rehab programs for adult men.
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142. A Mother’s Tale Of Her Son’s Addiction & Recovery - Personal Story - T
He and I both learned that addiction is a lifelong struggle and recovery has A person who is an alcoholic or addict has to “work on recovery” in order Parents Teens InterveneNow ... Donate Drug Guide - Choose From List Search by Slang Names 2C-B 2C-T-7 Alcohol AMT Anorectic Drugs Cocaine Crystal Meth DMT DOM DOB MDA DXM Ecstasy Foxy GHB Hashish Herbal Ecstasy Heroin Inhalants Ketamine Khat LSD Marijuana Methamphetamine Methamphetamine Pills Methcathinone Mushrooms Opium OxyContin PCP Peyote PMA Prescription Pain Relievers Prescription Sedatives and Tranquilizers Prescription Stimulants Pseudoephedrine Ritalin Rohypnol Steroids Tobacco Search Join MyPartnership Sign In Home Personal Stories A Mothers Tale Print Email addiction with you. A lot of parents across this country will be able to identify with my situation because they have experienced a similar one with their own child or family member. However, in one particular way mine is different. My son happens to be a household name known worldwide. He is AJ McLean of the award-winning pop group, the Backstreet Boys. He and his band mates worked hard for several years to achieve their success. But with fame comes sacrifice and sometimes, as with my son, the stage lights fade and become a swirling black hole of drug addiction. All of this has convinced me of one simple fact. Love, intervention and the proper professional treatment can lead to a healthy, recovering lifestyle.

143. Recovery Zones
Drug addiction prevention, treatment and recovery resources. Plus chat, message boards and free recovery email addresses.
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144. | Help For Sex Addicts | Sexual Purity Resources
Created to educate, support, and encourage those willing to seek help and recovery from sex addiction. Located in San Antonio, Texas.
ANNOUNCING 3rd Annual Be Broken Banquet - October 7, 2005 Learn more about banquet and RAFFLE at Welcome to, an online leader in sexual addiction resources , and your portal to biblical purity . We have redesigned the site to be simpler and provide easy access to the most sought after areas. If you struggle finding what you are looking for, simply send us a message online MEN Are you a man who struggles with sexually addictive patterns? Lust, fantasy, pornography, and many other outlets are characteristic of someone sexually addicted. If this describes you, and you want help, click here WOMEN Are you a woman struggling with overactive fantasies about sex? Do you use sex to get things you want? Do you want to be valued for who you are, not just what you can do sexually? If so, click here for help WIVES Is your husband involved in pornography or other sexually addictive behaviors? Are you wondering what to do and how to process the onslaught of emotion? If you are a wife struggling to find answers, click here EDUCATION - INFO - FAQ Are you just looking for a better understanding of sexuality, addiction, and purity? Maybe you need information or statistics, or just have some questions you need answered. If you are a truth seeker

145. About Me
Personal addiction and how it helped work in the field of recovery for 13 years.
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I have found it to be beneficial to provide some history about myself so that people will relate to who I am. I am John G. Banks, and I was born in December of 1950 (which makes me 54 years of age). I was raised in Sacramento attending Ethel I. Baker elementary, Fern Bacon Junior High, and Luther Burbank High School. I graduated from there in 1968. I went to work for Lucky Stores in 1967 and remained there until I was drafted into the Army in 1970. I was discharged in 1972 and went back to work with Luckys. The military made a man out of me and by doing so, taught me to drink like a man. It is important to note that someone in recovery needing spiritual values did not find them through religion. It was very clear to me that religion and I did not mix very well. I became a Christian in 1994 even though Alcoholics Anonymous had given me some positive insight into a God of my understanding. I still struggled with a 21 year history of drug and alcohol abuse. I had come to the point in my life that reality and my way of life collided with one another. Here I was a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, a recovering addict/alcoholic, codependent to the bone and not a clue where I was heading. Joining the church did provide the guidance that I needed and it was there that I found a loving God who would forgive me.

146. Drug Addiction Counselling, Assessment & Therapy - UK
recovery coaching for cocaine addiction. Online self assessment and forum users and addicts contemplating treatment.
Personal Addiction Therapy - NEW CHOICES A New Choice in addiction recovery
What we offer
A New Understanding We got involved in drugs, drink and in other addictive behaviours because they made us feel better. Yes of course this is partly about escaping emotional pain, unhappiness, loneliness or boredom but it is also about wanting to get high.” A New Way I promise no sitting in groups, bearing your soul or heavy counselling, digging up past pain. All coaching is one to one. We aim to help you draw a line under your past, to focus on the reality of now and to support you in taking practical steps to beat your addiction and build a happy, sustainable recovery. A New Choice We aim to assist you in establishing a non-using life style within your home environment, the same environment in which you will have to stay clean. We try to be as flexible as possible, to fit the programme into your normal life.
Success stories Annabel's story: 'How I got my life back' News Surge in alcohol-related deaths
The number of alcohol-related deaths has increased by nearly a fifth in four years, figures show. The Office for National Statistics data revealed deaths in England and Wales rose by from 5,525 in 2...
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Cocaine traces have been found at the European Parliament in an inquiry by one of Germany's main broadcasters. The Sat-1 channel sent reporters to take 46 swabs from toilets and other public areas o...

147. Welcome To Cocaine Anonymous
A global 12step Fellowship offering peer assistance with recovery from cocaine and crack addiction. Includes literature, self-help resources, and membership information.
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. There are no dues or fees for membership; we are fully self supporting through our own contributions. We are not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution. We do not wish to engage in any controversy and we neither endorse nor oppose any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay free from cocaine and all other mind-altering substances, and to help others achieve the same freedom. We use the Twelve Step Recovery Program, because it has already been proven that the Twelve Step Recovery Program works. Cocaine Anonymous is open to all persons who state a desire to stop using cocaine, including "crack"

148. Sex And Love Addicts Anonymous - Addiction & Recovery Pamphlet
addiction recovery. addiction recovery excerpted © 1992 SLAA. Characteristics ofSex Love addiction. Having few healthy boundaries, we become sexually
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  • Having few healthy boundaries, we become sexually involved with and/or emotionally attached to people without knowing them.
  • Fearing abandonment and loneliness, we stay in and return to painful, destructive relationships, concealing our dependency needs from ourselves and others, growing more isolated and alienated from friends and loved ones, ourselves, and God.
  • Fearing emotional and/or sexual deprivation, we compulsively pursue and involve ourselves in one relationship after another, sometimes having more than one sexual or emotional liaison at a time.
  • We confuse love with neediness, physical and sexual attraction, pity and/or the need to rescue or be rescued.
  • 149. Alcoholism Drug Abuse Codependency Recovery Resources
    Provides the simple truth about drug addiction, alcohol abuse, and recovery.
    " Thank you for writing this book. I ha v e been married to a High Bottom Drunk for 32 years. Now I have a definition. " " High Bottom Drunk is so beautifully written that quite honestly, it took me be surprise."
    Charles Roper
    "I thought I understood what alcoholism & drug abuse meant. I was wrong; now I get it, and it blows me away."
    "I could not put High Bottom Drunk down. I took it everywhere! I learned so much about addiction and recovery, after 6 years in a 12 step group you think you have learned it all, but not so. Now I want to purchase it for everyone in my family; believe me they all need it.
    "I knew I was a codependent enabler, but no morenot after today."
    " HBD is a beautifully drawn blueprint for spiritual growthone that I understand and relate to from somewhere deep inside of me."
    "I've been a licensed addiction therapist for the past 18 years and prior to that was a parish minister for 20 years, and I've never read a book more powerful, descriptive, dynamic or clear when it comes to the movement from addiction to sobriety to recovery....It was one of those books that I couldn't put down."

    150. His Words For You - Pastoral Counseling Ministries
    A free counseling ministry helping people how to renew their lives and minds as well as their bodies. Covers areas such as drug alcohol abuse, eating disorders, sexual addiction; family counseling for blended families, domestic violence, teen issues and grief recovery.

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    Healing Journey Through addiction Your Journey for recovery and SelfRenewal ByRich, Phil Edd - 1st Ed. / ©2000 / Paper. List Price $19.95
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    152. Phoenix Rescue Mission
    Phoenix, Arizona. Providing outreach, meals, a men's emergency shelter, addiction recovery program and support services. Includes stories of recovery and how to help.

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    Stories of Recovery Contact Us
    hoenix Rescue Mission is a vibrant and growing Christian Mission serving needy and homeless men, women and families in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Founded in 1952, the Mission today seeks to provide food, shelter, and other services to as many as possible of the estimated 13,000 homeless people in need throughout the Valley of the Sun. We support and help homeless and needy people to build new, productive lives. From veterans to the working poor and from addicted men and women to struggling families, Phoenix Rescue Mission is there with a hot meal, shelter, or clothing, for anyone in need. The majority of our support comes from loving, caring individuals who join us in our mission to rescue save change lives...and to serve lives. Please join us in this effort. "For I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me...In as much as you did it to one of the least of these My brothers, you did it to Me!"
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    153. Home Page
    Resources for persons in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, and other obsessivecompulsive behaviors.
    (Warning: this is NOT your virgin maiden aunt's online recovery list...)
    T here is a great battle that rages inside me.
    One side is the soaring eagle.
    Everything the eagle stands for is good and true and
    beautiful, and it soars above the clouds. Even though it dips
    down into the valleys, it lays it's eggs on the mountaintops.
    The other side of me is the howling wolf.
    And the raging, howling wolf represents the worst that's in
    me. He eats upon my downfalls and justifies himself by his
    presence in the pack.

    154. Sacramento Drug Treatment - The Effort Alcohol And Drug Addiction Treatment
    Provides alcohol and drug addiction treatment services in Sacramento, California. Read alumni recovery stories, and learn about drug addiction and treatment options.
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    The Effort provides drug treatment and alcoholism treatment services in Sacramento, California. We are a non-profit corporation providing a comprehensive spectrum of addiction recovery and health services to the greater Sacramento community through our residential, outpatient, outreach and community education programs. In addition to prevention and treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse, The Effort's medical clinic serves the health needs of a diverse population of individuals who have no medical insurance or other resources. Read our alumni recovery success stories online as well as information on alcoholism and drug addiction and treatment. Please feel free to contact us if we can assist you in any way...
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    155. Rational Recovery - Alcoholism Drug Addiction, Non AA, Non 12-step
    Publishing books and other materials on a program that offers selfrecovery from addiction to alcohol and drugs without recovery groups, counseling, or addiction treatment.
    Languages: Espanol



    New: Zero Tolerance in the Family. See below. QUICK START ON RATIONAL RECOVERY
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    A ddicted S pouse or S ignificant Other (ASS) in Your Family a ddicted s pouse or s ignificant other be thought of in the shortened tag, ASS, an ass who is betraying others for the sheer pleasure produced by alcohol and other drugs. Rational Recovery: The New Cure for Substance Addiction, is the wakeup call for all involved to get a grip on the problem, and take action right now, or else. Setting the stage for action: protect the family, while secondarily giving your addicted family member the greatest opportunity to defeat the addiction and live in freedom and dignity. We know that AVRT-based recovery brings out the best in every family that is willing to trust their own family traditions. For example, families are the basic unit of survival for human beings, and cannot include for long those who will betray it or harm its members. [More inside] now.

    156. Welcome To
    Provides a forum for examining addictions and compulsive behaviors to support recovery from the family disease of addiction using the Twelve Step Programs.
    Enter / Home Chat Room Assistance
    ... Contact Us is a web based Recovery Assistance Program whose purpose is to provide on line support for those who seek recovery from addictions and compulsive behaviors. We are guided by the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Our chat room hosts a variety of mutual support group meetings as well as professionally led Recovery Assistance Groups.

    157. - Free Yourself From Internet Porn Addiction
    A self help resource for sex and online porn addicts for education and recovery. Offers information on cybersex, sexual and pornography addiction, a self test, and ways to get free help.
    For beings long to free themselves from misery,
    Yet misery itself they follow and pursue.
    They long for joy, but in their ignorance,
    Destroy it, as they would a hated enemy. Shantideva ~700 A.D.
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    158. Narcosis, Featuring Chasing The Dragon Comix - Help For Addicts
    A site maintained by an Australian in recovery from 25 years of addiction. Explores addiction, recovery, and many social issues through humour and satire.
    " Chasing the Dragon must be one of the more cerebral strips around. I prefer it to Doonesbury." Unsolicited testimonial from cartoonist Myke Ashley-Cooper in a special email about CtD to his 100,000 cartoon subscribers narcosis featuring Chasing the Dragon comix Click to enter
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    159. PROMIS Recovery Centre
    Counselling and recovery centres in London and Kent, specialising in treatment for alcohol addiction, drug abuse and eating disorders. Also offers a special unit for young people aged 13 to 18.

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    The promise of PROMIS is that something can be done. There is a way out of the maze. Real help is available and recovery possible. PROMIS accepts referrals from any source. Following an assessment, patients may be admitted to the Recovery Centre in Kent for in-patient treatment, or to the Counselling Centre in London for day-patient services. The success of PROMIS in treating addictive behaviour is grounded in our personal understanding and experiences. PROMIS understands because we ourselves have known the same feelings of despair, confusion, isolation and anger. We work our own programme of recovery on a daily basis, we are confident in our professional and personal knowledge that it is successful and we are glad to share it with others. Please email us at or click here for full contact details
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    Please use single words only Keeping in touch - Use the PROMIS forum ( ) to contact current and ex-patients, family members and staf. Keep yourself informed of what's happening. Shorter PROMIS Questionnaire Families and Friends - find ongoing support for dealing with the impact of addictive disease on your lives.

    160. Recovering From The Recovery Movement (by Ron Rhodes)
    by Ron Rhodes. Has the recovery movement made the concept of addiction meaningless?
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    "Recovering from the Recovery Movement"
    by Ron Rhodes
    The words "addiction" and "recovery" have become household words in our society. The song "Addicted to Love" was a number one best seller this past year in the secular rock music world. At the time of this writing, the album "Addicted to Jesus," by Carmen, is the top selling Christian album in the United States. Today recovery experts tell us that people with various behavioral problems are addicted to those behaviors. Hence, there are not only drug and alcohol addicts, but also sex addicts, love addicts, money addicts, shoplifting addicts, child abuse addicts, fast boat addicts, successful business addicts, religious addicts, and a host of others.
    Such "addicts" are in need of "recovery," we are told, and the recovery industry has virtually exploded in the past decade. One indicator of this is that the Hallmark company has recently released a "recovery" line of 51 cards. The company is also marketing recovery bookmarks, buttons, key chains, framed prints, mugs, journals, magnets, T-shirts, and even self-stick notes.
    There are recovery groups for just about any problem one can imagine. Groups include Overeaters Anonymous, Sex Addicts Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, Spenders Anonymous, Debtors Anonymous, Fundamentalists Anonymous, Parents Anonymous, Child Abusers Anonymous, Workaholics Anonymous, Shoplifters Anonymous, Pills Anonymous, and Emotions Anonymous.

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