Many roads, one journey: moving beyond the twelve steps

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HarperPerennial, 1992 - Medical - 430 pages
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Studies the impact of recovery programs on individual lives and explains how to adapt the principles of the Twelve-Step process to personal needs.

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Many roads, one journey: moving beyond the twelve steps

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Add Kasl to the growing number of au thors who are challenging the structure and tenets of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and its 12 steps. Other recent books on the sub ject include Jack Trimpey's The ... Read full review

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Highly reccommend this book. Kasl understands the patriarchal repression of AA and strikes out on her own in full force, after 23 years. The book speaks well for honesty in recovery, (not the norm ... Read full review

Contents

Capitalism
53
The Many Aspects of Addiction
89
Use Abuse
110
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Charlotte Kasl, Ph.D.a practicing therapist, workshop leader for 25 years, and bestselling authorhas had lifelong connections to feminism, Buddhism, Quaker practice, and Reiki healing.