Books in category Self-Help – Twelve-Step Programs

  • 1000 Years of Sobriety

    1000 Years of Sobriety
    William Borchert, Michael Fitzpatrick

    These are the real "old timers," keepers of the wisdom, men and women from around the world who are among the dwindling generations who joined Alcoholics Anonymous when Bill W. was still alive, and whose very commitment to sobriety is a …

  • Repair Your Life

    Repair Your Life
    Margie McKinnon

    McKinnon presents a six-stage program for abuse survivors that helps them recognize and accept their adult problems stemming from childhood sexual abuse, and to process issues with tools and techniques to regain a healthy life.

  • Fearproof Your Life

    Fearproof Your Life
    Joseph Bailey

    We have become addicted to fear. But we don't need to be adrenaline junkies. Fearproof Your Life guides us through a process of how discovering who we truly are immunizes us from our own fears, as well as those of others.

  • Pain Free Living for Drug Free People

    Pain Free Living for Drug Free People
    Marvin Seppala, David Martin

    How can they use effective pain medications without triggering a relapse? Pain-Free Living for Drug-Free People is an information-packed guide to pain management in recovery and other issues related to pain control and addiction.

  • The Book That Started It All

    The Book That Started It All

    The Book That Started It All offers fresh insights into the history and foundation of the revolutionary Alcoholics Anonymous program.

  • Cyber Junkie

    Cyber Junkie
    Kevin Roberts

    In this groundbreaking book, recovering video game addict Kevin Roberts uses extensive scientific and social research, complemented by his and others' personal stories, to give compulsive gamers and surfers–and their family and friends–a …

  • A Life of My Own

    A Life of My Own
    Karen Casey

    Written with a broad-based spirituality and straight-forward style by the author of the classic Each Day a New Beginning, these reflections gently guide friends and family working programs like Al-Anon, Nar-Anon, and Coc-Anon to a better …

  • Practice These Principles And What Is The Oxford Group

    Practice These Principles And What Is The Oxford Group

    Those interested in A.A. history will find this two-book volume to be a must-have edition.

  • Undrunk

    A.J. Adams

    The author explores his reactions to AA, sharing the history, vocabulary, and culture of the program and how it helped him on his own path to sobriety.

  • The 12 Steps Unplugged

    The 12 Steps Unplugged

    With The 12 Steps Unplugged, he makes the Twelve Steps accessible to all of us. In this simple and often funny guide, he interprets the philosophies and stories of the Big Book in straightforward language that speaks to regular people.

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