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A Footnote for Tomorrow James F. Miller II
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ISBN: 9781733831048
Poetry. A personal perspective of one individual's battle with drug and alcohol addiction. Taking place in the 2000s, traveling the country while trying to escape the familiarity of the drug scene, the poet opens his soul and his notepad to journal the journey down a strange path towards recovery. One individual's fall from grace while battling addiction, withdrawal, relapse, and pulling away from society as a whole. Strong language and individual unconformist thought have been poured into the writing of this book, may contain ideas not similar to another's, read and enjoy with an open mind. No dictionary needed.
A Woman's Worth 4 (Book 4 of 6) Jamell Crouthers
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ISBN: 9798798242085
Women’s mental health is a topic that gets discussed but not enough in today’s world. Patricia is someone who is on the path to becoming a better woman and not caving into the pressures of what the world wants her to be. She chronicles her story as a recovering alcohol addict and her story starts from childhood all the way to the present day. Her struggles, home life and how she got to becoming an alcohol addict along with recovering. It’s not an easy journey and sometimes we don’t know what women are going through mentally, emotionally and spiritually until we sit and listen to their stories. Everyone has a story, it’s just a matter of whether we’re empathetic enough to listen...
A.A. Meetings in Akron and Cleveland 1938-1942 Glenn Chesnut
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This book describes how meetings were held (citing eyewitness accounts from that time) and what was being taught in Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Akron and Cleveland during the formative period that stretched from 1938 to 1942. The book includes a section on the list of ten books that the Akron Manual recommended that all their new people read, including Emmet Fox’s Sermon on the Mount, Henry Drummond’s book on 1 Corinthians 13, James Allen’s As a Man Thinketh, and Abundant Living by E. Stanley Jones. The last part of the book talks about the four different spiritual traditions that early Alcoholics Anonymous drew upon, and what the early A.A. people learned from each of these traditi ...
Brownie: The St. Louis Gambler Glenn F. Chesnut
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Harold Brown (1914-1983) was one of the great spiritual teachers of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Illinois-Indiana-Michigan area in the second half of the twentieth century. Beginning life as a professional gambler and nightclub emcee in the old river boat city of St. Louis, his drinking drove him first to Chicago and then to the factory town of South Bend, eighty miles east of Chicago. There in 1950 Brownie found sobriety and a higher power - a God of his understanding - who taught him gratitude and love. Still to this day, on Saturday evenings at 8:00 p.m., speakers come from all over the area, from as far away as Chicago and its northern suburbs, from Lansing in central Michigan, and Bl ...
Dr. Silkworth, Bill W. and Sobriety A Bill Friend
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Collector and Restorer of Historic Alcoholics Anonymous sound recordings uses transcribed statements of Bill W and others to tell the story of Dr. Silkworth's life and how Bill W got sober. All three of Bill W's treatments at Towns hospital are described in Bill's own words. Dr. Silkworth's role in early Alcoholics Anonymous is documented. The story of how Dr. Silkworth helped Bill W. get sober.
Flying High: Living With Substance Use Disorder Yvette Bell-Lang
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ISBN: 9781648589324
So many celebrities have come out recently a sex addicts. It is almost laughable to use these words to justify cheating on their mates and/or spouses when true addiction has nothing to do with cheating. Millions of Americans suffer from addiction whether to food drugs gambling and yes sex also. Let us bring addiction to the forefront. Addiction is truly a disease of the mind and not a moral call.
How to Operate Your Mind: The Eight Circuit Model of Human Consciousness Timothy Alley
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Also known as the Eightfold Model of Human Intelligence, Dr. Timothy Leary suggested that our brains are made up of eight mini-brains or circuits. Each of these eight circuits are designed to allow us to automatically adapt to different aspects of reality. Development of specific circuits more than others are found to be determining factors in our behavior and our decision making. Detailed study and understanding of the brain now allows us to focus our attention on specific activities and stimuli to guide our consciousness, and possibly others, through this eight circuit maze to find peace and happiness.
Love Masqueraded: Surviving & Healing from Emotional Rape & Abuse Megan Gray
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Emotional Rape and Emotional Abuse is devastating --AND IT'S NOT YOUR FAULt!! A Emotional Rape and Abuse feels like you have been hit by a 240 ton freight train head on! This is an inspirational book for you to turn away and never go back into an Emotionally Abusive Intimate Love Relationship ever again or break off and away from one for good! Laugh, Cry and love yourself all over again with the author as she creates an emotionally safe place for you to reclaim your own personal power that you once had before the abuse. Through Inner Child Recognition, Ms. Gray takes you to places where you will feel safe to explore yourself and finally after all of your va ...
Master Your Money Mindset In 31 Days michael deer
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Money isn't everything; But it sure is important. The truth of the matter is we all need it to accomplish our goals and raise our family's quality of life. In this book you will learn some of the tips and ideas that will help you make and keep more money. One of the most important secrets you will learn in this book is that while there are important things money cannot buy, there are 3 things that money does buy, tilting the scale drastically in favor of the wealthy.
My Struggles with Bullying and Depression Midoree Robelia
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This book is simply about my struggles with Bullying and Depression and how I overcame it. I really hope that this will inspire others. Remember, you're beautiful and worth so much. Never Stop Fighting.

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