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Recover! : an empowering program to help you stop thinking like an addict and reclaim your life

Author: Stanton Peele; Ilse Thompson
Publisher: Boston, MA : Da Capo Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First Da Capo Press paperback editionView all editions and formats
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"Using proven tools and strategies, you will learn how to replace paralyzing beliefs with positive options ; change how you respond to addictive urges; lay out clear anti-addiction goals ; develop the skills to live fully and prevent relapse and much more"--Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanton Peele; Ilse Thompson
ISBN: 073821812X 9780738218120
OCLC Number: 902657048
Description: xxi, 296 pages : illustrations ; 23
Contents: Meaning of addiction and recovery (Story of rose --
an addict : how one becomes an addict, then recovers) --
Explaining addiction and recovery(Explaining addiction and recovery : how Americans learn to think like addicts : how to stop) --
Perfect program (Preparing for change : getting yourself ready for the perfect program ; Pause : mindfulness --
learning to listen to yourself --
Embrace : self-acceptance and forgiveness --
learning to love yourself --
Rediscover (Integrity: finding and following your true self) --
Fortify : coping --
leanring the skills for life management --
Embark : equilibrium --
proceeding on an even keel --
Celebrate : Joy --
honoring your accomplishments while living mindfully and meaningfully --
Triage ; realignment --
resources and actions for regaining lost footing --
Afterword : write your own conclusion.
Responsibility: Stanton Peele ; with Ilse Thompson.

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Now in paperback: the world-renowned addiction expert, therapist, and author of the classic Love and Addiction offers a new program for addicts (and their families), debunking AA/12-step treatment,  Read more...

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