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📒Staying Sober In Mexico City ✍ Stanley Brandes
✏Staying Sober in Mexico City Book Summary : Staying sober is a daily struggle for many men living in Mexico City, one of the world's largest, grittiest urban centers. In this engaging study, Stanley Brandes focuses on a common therapeutic response to alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), which boasts an enormous following throughout Mexico and much of Latin America. Over several years, Brandes observed and participated in an all-men's chapter of A.A. located in a working class district of Mexico City. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic effectiveness, and ritual and spiritual life. Brandes demonstrates how recovering alcoholics in Mexico redefine gender roles in order to preserve masculine identity. He also explains how an organization rooted historically in evangelical Protestantism has been able to flourish in Roman Catholic Latin America.
📒Staying Sober ✍ Judy Myers
✏Staying sober Book Summary : Argues that fitness and nutrition are keys to alcoholics staying alcohol free and offers a useful daily program
📒Staying Sober ✍ Meredith Gould
✏Staying Sober Book Summary : Day-to-day and moment-to-moment techniques plus program slogans and humor provide newcomers with fresh wisdom for maintaining sobriety. The fundamental components of staying sober--not using, going to meetings, reaching out, working the Steps, and serving other--are only the beginning of the strategies offered. Day-to-day and moment-to-moment techniques plus program slogans and humor provide newcomers with fresh wisdom for maintaining sobriety.
📒Staying Sober ✍ Terence T. Gorski
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📒Staying Sober ✍ Rose Muraguri
✏Staying Sober Book Summary : Alcohol addiction is a complex condition. Most people start drinking for leisure, to beat boredom or anxiety, to socialize or to escape some challenge. Unintentionally, some slip into alcoholism and once addiction sets in, the recovery process is a long and difficult journey. Luckily, any behavior that is learned can be reversed when one is determined. This handbook; Stay Sober: Preventing Relapse after Rehabilitation from Alcohol Addition is a culmination of research, expert opinion and many years of training in preventive counseling. Since relapse to alcoholism after rehabilitation is a reality, this book discusses the support and encouragement required of family members, friends, relatives as well as the immediate community to help the recovering person lead a fulfilled live.
📒Teen Guide To Staying Sober ✍ Christina Chiu
✏Teen Guide to Staying Sober Book Summary : Discusses the social and physical effects of alcohol, the reasons teenagers drink, the problems caused by teenage alcoholism, and possible preventive measures and treatments.
📒Staying Sober ✍ Binki Laidler
✏Staying Sober Book Summary : One summer evening, I was having a drink, somehow knowing that it really was the last drink, and that the following day I would never drink again. I had plenty of stops for a week or two, or even a few months, before, but for some reason, the 'finally had enough moment' in 2013 was a much more scary feeling, a sense that I was heading for unintentional suicide, and that frightened the life out of me. Drinking wasn't fun anymore; it was medicine. There had been plenty of rock bottoms: almost losing a leg horse-riding half-drunk, drunken date rape, battered by my first husband in continuous drunken arguments, getting arrested drunk, street fighting drunk, defacing property drunk, getting lost in the snow in my slippers drunk. Plenty of rock bottoms that never seemed quite bad enough. There are never enough terrible scenarios for some of us addicts. In my case risky situations came so often I just ended up thinking of them as a predictable down side of drinking; almost an occupational hazard. Drinking and recovering from drinking became pretty much a full time preoccupation. Falling asleep face down in a blizzard became a 'hilarious' Facebook post about making snow angels the next day. How we laughed. Becoming obsessed with the idea that I would one day get drunk enough to accidentally pop too many anti-depressant tablets, or accidentally walk out in front of traffic, or dive into the Tyne, was a new personal low. In my third decade drinking, there developed a nagging fear in the background of what I might do to myself in a drunken stupor. A dull awareness in my soul that I was no longer in control of my actions. I later learned that this growing paranoia is a classic sign of alcoholism. I grew convinced I was a danger to myself and no one else in the world could be trusted, except my 'friend', dear old wine. Coming home to wine was like coming home to a safe haven. I knew that taking anti-depressants and drinking a bottle of Shiraz each night was a pointless exercise in self-care, but was deeply in denial.
📒Staying Sober How To Control The Drink Demon ✍ Binki Laidler
✏Staying Sober How to Control the Drink Demon Book Summary : Staying Sober offers both advice and practical solutions for anyone who has had enough of alcohol, no matter what their personal or professional circumstances. As well as sharing her own route to an alcohol-free lifestyle, Binki Laidler draws on the experiences of friends also giving up drinking, and guides readers in losing weight by quitting, and improving both wellbeing and mental health once the Drink Demon is banished.
📒Staying Sober A Guided Journal For Recovery ✍ Cherry Journals
✏Staying Sober a Guided Journal for Recovery Book Summary : Staying Sober - A Guided Journal For Recovery - 100 Day Guided Recovery Journal For Women. This would make a great gift for someone special in your life, that's trying to get sober! Whether they're going through AA, a recovery program, or inpatient program. Each book documents 100 days of recovery. There are no dates, so you can write in this planner as often, or as little as you like. Each book is 6 x 9 inches, the ideal size for transportation - to easily fit in your bag, but still with plenty of space to write. Each day includes an tracking activity page & a lined journal page. So, you have two pages each day in total to work with. 100 lined journal pages - every other page has a guided writing prompt, to help the writer to explore their own feelings relating to sobriety and reflect on different aspect of their life. 100 activity daily pages - A place to document how many days sober you've been, how you're feeling that day, (circle an emoji!) - A place to write three great things about being sober today - A section to write your, "thought of the day," - Score the day out of 10! A simple and efficient way to document your sobriety journey and stay on track! If you're on the road to recovery, a guided journal like this is a brilliant way to celebrate it, take note of your success and document your journey. It will be a great keepsake to look back on and think about just how far you've come and what you've achieved. This would make a thoughtful gift for any friend or family member recovering from addiction - whether from drugs or alcohol. This will help them to get through their first 100 days sober!
📒Staying Sober ✍ T. Kelly
✏Staying Sober Book Summary : Most people who struggle with compulsive behaviors want to stop using, but they are continually overcome by their cravings. Kelly has created a framework that helps them clarify their vision of recovery and prevent relapse long term, so that they can move forward with their life with clarity, confidence and peace of mind. This is a guide to 30 days of strategic relapse prevention.Staying Sober: A Workbook for Alcoholism Relapse Prevention is a relapse prevention and sobriety focused workbook uses universal elements of effective addiction recovery to help people in recovery from alcohol misuse and compulsive use, and other substance misuse disorders and compulsive lifestyles to significantly improve how they prevent relapse so they can walk tall and live free from compulsive disorders. T. A Kelly's Staying Sober Workbook and relapse prevention process is the solution to the struggle men and women in recovery face when trying to live lives free from addiction. This revolutionary method for relapse prevention provides people in recovery with a significantly effective strategy to overcome compulsive behaviors. No matter how much you crave or feel compelled to drink alcohol, or use other drugs and addictive behaviors, the Staying Sober Workbook and guide will help you to be aware of your environment and be able to prevent relapse way ahead of time. The Staying Sober Workbook does this by setting you up to reprogram your mind through reflective personal questions. This is an effective sobriety solution that will help you to stop your addiction. Relapse prevention need not to be rocket science. This relapse prevention workbook is a simple and easy to understand guide to a happy life that is free from addiction and stronger than the constant threat of relapse. People who use the following models of treatment found this workbook highly beneficial: -Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) -Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) -Motivational Enhancement and Interviewing-Medication-Assisted Therapies-Interpersonal Therapy-Interpersonal therapy, or IPT-Solution Focused Brief Therapy/Solution Focused Therapy-Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) -AA 12 Step meetings-Complementary TherapiesWhether you are in your early days of your recovery, well advanced with years of sobriety, you have been sober and you relapsed, or you are sober and confident, the Staying Sober practice will forever transform the way you relate to yourself and other people, and most importantly your thought process. This is a guide to freedom from substance abuse disorders, a guide to sobriety.