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Of Character : Building Assets in Recovery
Denise D. Crosson, Ph.D.
Central Recovery Press / Softcover / Feb 2009
9780979986925 (ISBN-10: 0979986923)
Recovery / Adult Children of Alcoholics
price: $19.50 (may be subject to change)
128 pages
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Of Character offers fresh perspective on topics such as commitment, devotion, forgiveness, and integrity to name but a few. Accompanying quotes from many sources add dimension and describe how the principles embodied in the Twelve Steps can enrich an individual's life. Ideal for daily use to offer guidance in the healing process. This little gem offers a powerful read and the perfect way to recharge one's recovery whether new to the recovery process or with long-term recovery.

Author Bio
Denise D. Crosson, Ph.D. has been a nurse for twenty-five years, a nurse practitioner for nine years, and a nurse researcher for five years. She earned a masters and doctoral degree from Virginia Commonwealth University where she was a fellow in the VA-LEND neurodevelopmental disabilities training program, which focused on children and families. Her dissertation research focused on short- and long-term effects of preterm birth on childhood development. Crosson's husband died suddenly in 2006 while at their second home in Costa Rica. She found writing this book to be helpful with her grieving and to stay focused on her recovery, which she has been in for over seventeen years.

Crosson lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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