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Recovery Workbook

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by: Susan Peabody
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Publication Date: April 12, 2013
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 123
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620304723

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Book Synopsis
This Recovery Workbook is meant to introduce people to the wonder of journaling, creating an inventory, and setting goals. While writing, things occur to us that may not have otherwise seeped up from our unconscious. Writing also reinforces what we have learned and acts as a bench mark affirming our progress. I have also chosen this opportunity to bring the reader’s attention to the Ambivalent Love Addict. In working with Love Addicts and Love Avoidants, I have yet to find someone who is not actually an Ambivalent Love Addict.

Since 1990, I have used the term “brighter tomorrow” frequently in my work. It is the title of my company and my hope for you. While we live in the moment, and learn from the past, it is tomorrow that draws us forward. Be careful to be optimistic about the future. The glass is half full—really. Tomorrow will be brighter. Stumbling blocks and setbacks are negligible compared to that.

Enjoy this workbook. Learn from this workbook. Keep it to measure your progress and feel good about yourself. It is a tool and device to help you move forward in incremental steps. Remember that writing is a living thing once you add your personal touch. So live and learn and write.
Customer Comments
Posted: June 1, 2013
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“I have just recently finished reading your book and wanted you to know that it has saved my life. Maybe this sounds crazy, but it’s true. I wasn’t going to get help for my addiction until I read this book. I was in the final stage of addiction when I purchased it on a whim. At that stage, according to the book, it’s either death or intervention. So in a way your book was my intervention. As I write this, it is 3:00 a.m. in the morning and I should be sleeping. But I now have chronic stress-related problems, and I’m in fear of losing my job. But thanks to your book, I begin therapy today, and I now have a hope that I never had before. Over 33 years of trying to kill myself for love, I finally feel like I have a chance for real happiness. Thank you for writing this book, you’ve helped to save my life.”

Posted: June 1, 2013
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“I am a 38 year old male and I just finished reading your book Addiction to Love. When I came upon it in the book store, by accident, I read one paragraph at random and almost passed out right then. It took every ounce of energy not to burst into tears right there. That book is me. I’m sure you have had thousands of letters from people about the book. I’ve never written to someone like this before, but I just had to thank you for writing something that has touched me in a way I will be unable to adequately explain. I’m going though a lot of pain, confusion, etc. on my latest relationship failure. However, your book has given me some hope that I may now understand why I do the things I do, and will finally allow me to go into counseling and get help for an addiction that has ruined my life.”

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