Recovering couples: building partnership the twelve-step way
Based on the Twelve Steps and on Smith's program that has helped hundreds of couples, this book identifies and helps the reader resolve those relationship issues which surface in the later stages of recovery when addiction is under control. Smith outlines reasons for relationship failures and provides advice for resolving conflicts.
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A Vision for Two
A Private Journey
Changes in Recovery
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