In How I Became My Father…A Drunk, Bill Brochert tells his transgenerational family story of alcoholism. More on why this book is a page-turner (and we recommend it for your recovery library) like few others. Our thoughts here.
Want to eat healthy, exercise, quit smoking, cut down on drinking, or stop popping pills? Learn how “Changing to Thrive” can help you identify your current Stage of Change and how you can move forward at your own pace to increase happiness. More here in our book review.
Benzos are responsible for a range of psychological, cognitive and emotional problems. What are the behavioral and spiritual implications of benzodiazepines? Find out here.
Here we review the book “Healing the Wounds of Childhood” by Don St John, Ph.D., a book about healing from traumatic childhood experiences by treating the mind, emotions, and body. Here is why you should get your hands on it.
Do you jump from one bad relationship to another? Do you stay in unhealthy relationships just so you wouldn’t have to be alone? Is there a way out? We review this book to help you see the patterns of relationship dependency, here.
Do you find yourself caught in miscommunication with others? You will find these practical tips for improving your listening skills to nurture and grow love in recovery very useful. A book review and more on communication in addiction recovery here.
A film that all parents and teenagers can benefit from watching. A positive and encouraging story that can give everyone a little extra hope when it comes to teens, substance abuse, and healing.
If you think that your husband has a drinking problem, you are not alone. This book can help you face your demons. Learn more here.