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Working the Program : A Practical Guide to Twelve-Step Meetings in Recovery
Hammond, Lisa M. and Terence T. Gorski
Herald House Independence Press / Softcover / 2005-01-01 / 0830911685
Alcohol / Recovery / Adult Children of Alcoholics
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WORKING THE PROGRAM is a concise and powerful reference guide to help those in recovery to navigate Twelve-Step meetings and use Twelve-Step principles in their personal recovery program. Twelve-Step meetings are an indispensable resource for addicted people. They are readily available and accessible to anyone who desires to use them. This book can rapidly accelerate your ability to make Twelve-Step programs work for you.

Read this book to discover the following:
• How Meetings Help You to Recover
? How to Manage Your Fears and Uncertainties about Meetings
• What to Expect in the Early Days of Recovery
• How to Locate a Meeting • Types of Meetings
• What Is Sponsorship?
• The Principle of Anonymity

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