The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace in Recovery

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Harper Collins, Mar 16, 1990 - Self-Help - 144 pages
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This challenge to the paradigms of addiction and recovery theory shows those in recovery how to tap their own source of positive energy in a new approach to the search for serenity--a quest long recognized as the key to recovery.
  

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Review: The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace in Recovery

User Review  - Katylittle - Goodreads

Life changing! Remember, we are all broken in one way or another, so don't think this book is just for druggies or alcoholics. It's for everyone. Read full review

Review: The Serenity Principle: Finding Inner Peace in Recovery

User Review  - Goodreads

Life changing! Remember, we are all broken in one way or another, so don't think this book is just for druggies or alcoholics. It's for everyone. Read full review

Contents

Preface
Why Serenity? 1
The Serenity Principle 13
TwoDimensional Recovery 41
The Myths of Recovery 54
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About the author (1990)

Joseph Bailey, M.A., is a licensed psychologist and has been a psychotherapist for thirty-five years. He is the author of five books including The Serenity Principle and his most recent, Fearproof Your Life.

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