Dealing with negative stinkin’ thinking in addiction recovery? Is it possible to restructure the perception you’ve built about yourself? Learn more on the causes of low self-esteem and techniques on how to get it back in this BOOK REVIEW!
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.
Are you a therapist looking for a practical workbook to help you when working with groups of women? Check out this manual of evidence-based strategies for treating women with substance use disorders. More on why we like it here.
Do you have a family member or a loved one who denies their addiction problem? Does it make you feel hopeless or hurt? Check out our book review of “Learn to Thrive” and learn how to deal with these issues today.
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.
Looking for an inspirational story about addiction recovery? Check out why we’re loving “The Painting and the Piano” and why you might consider adding it to your library. More here.
Understand your pain and learn how you can take control over your life again. Learn more in our book review of “Managing pain before it manages you” by author and pain expert Margaret A. Caudill.
A list of our Top 5 card games for people in addiction recovery. Use these as addiction recovery tools. To play or to grow. Ideas here.
Dysfunctional addictive relationships: Are you hiding from intimacy in addiction recovery? (BOOK REVIEW)March 18th, 2016
Addicts are known for unhealthy relationships. In fact, some of us have never learned how to do “relationship” at all. Learn how you might be using dysfunctional cycles to hide from intimacy in this BOOK REVIEW. And break free!
A new teen drama series called “Recovery Road” is attempting to dramatize the trend of addiction treatment. Will teens, families, school staff and addiction professionals love it? We review here.