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12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs
12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs
12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs
12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs

12 Smart Things to Do When the Booze and Drugs Are Gone: Choosing Emotional Sobriety through Self-Awareness and Right Action

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Galleon Product ID 6343059
UPC / ISBN 884216423705 / 159285821X
Shipping Weight 0.44 lbs
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Manufacturer Hazelden Publishing
Shipping Dimension 7.56 x 4.8 x 0.63 inches
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Author Allen Berger Ph. D.
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Edition 1
Number Of Pages 192
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2010-07-08
Release Date 2010-07-08
UPC 884216423705
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About 12 Smart Things To Do When The Booze And Drugs

The author of the classic 12 Stupid Things That Mess Up Recovery offers a fresh list of "smart" things to do to attain and sustain emotional sobriety.Whether it's called "dry drunk" or "white knuckle sobriety," it's that stage in recovery when we realize that "putting the plug in the jug" isn't enough. The next step is taking responsibility for the emotional immaturity that fuels our addictive personality and has a tremendous impact on ourselves and others. Allen Berger, PhD, draws on the teachings of Bill W. and psychotherapy pioneers to offer twelve hallmarks of emotional sobriety that, when practiced, give people the confidence to be accountable for their behavior, ask for what they want and need, and grow and develop a deeper trust in the process of life. These smart things include: understanding who you are and what's important to you; learning not to take others' reactions personally; trusting your inner compass; and taking responsibility for your reactions to problematic situations. It is in these practices that we find release from what Bill W. described as an "absolute dependency" on people or circumstances, and develop the tools to find prestige, security, and belonging within.