Stepping Stones to Recovery for Young People: Experience the Miracle of 12 Step Recovery

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Hazelden Publishing, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 223 pages
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Young people facing recovery from an addiction have special needs. This book addresses those needs and shows young people in their teens and early twenties how rewarding it is to commit to a Twelve Step plan.
 

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Contents

Recovery Is
1
Signs Of A Spiritual Awakening
6
Goodbye Addiction
7
Taking Care Of Myself
8
Resentment Hurts
9
Never Had A Chance
12
Never Too Young To Die
13
Acceptance Of Ourselves
17
No Longer Live In Fear
114
Something In Common
115
What Character Defects?
117
How To Quit Playing God
118
Fear Of Change
119
Am I Being Honest?
120
For Today Only
121
Please Listen
123

Freedom Of Acceptance
18
Outlook Of Two Members
19
Rock N Roll Sobriety
20
Yeah But
25
Rebels
29
It Becomes A Habit
30
The Same Old Choices
31
No More Fun
33
Letting Go
34
Parents
35
Maturity
37
RiskingA Gift Of The Program
38
Forgive Me
40
The God Word
42
Giving Up Cleaning Up
43
Young Or Old Its All The Same
44
Resentment And Unconditional Love
46
Relationships
47
Desire
48
Meetings
49
Emotions
50
Resentment And My Higher Power
51
Came To Believe
52
Keep It Simple
53
Working Through Depression
54
Amends
56
Choice
57
Character Defects
58
13th Step
59
My Gang Or Our Fellowship
62
Dating
63
Single And Sexy
64
Rich Girl
68
Relapse
69
Doing It For Myself
71
Thank You HP
72
Just For Today
73
A Healthy Dependence
74
Hope At An Early Age
78
Changes
80
Slippery People And Places
81
Excuses
82
True Friends
84
Fear Of The Past
85
Miracles
86
Selfesteem
87
Treatment Was Only The Beginning
89
Were The Future
90
Young N A s
92
Everyday Life
93
My Sponsor
95
No Longer Afraid
96
Am
98
The Yets
100
Trash
101
Recovery Is Not
102
EgoGood Vs Bad
103
We Get What We Work For
104
To My Sponsee
106
Struggle Keeps Us Growing
107
My Garden
108
Freedom Of Choice
110
Whats Age Got To Do With It?
111
No Graduation
113
Wishes For The Newcomer
125
How Willing Am I?
126
What Ive Learned
128
Things Dont Get Better
129
Attitude
131
The Young Man Alone
132
Where I Came From
134
Putting Myself First
137
Living The N A Program
140
How To Eat Elephants
141
S O B E R
142
Headbanger
143
Ready For A Relationship?
144
Dont Give Up
146
Real World Real Pain
147
Living My Amends
149
Gratitude Takes Practice
150
Stupid Boring And Sad
152
Planning Or Future Tripping
153
Fulltime Member
154
Recovery Behind Bars
156
Party Girl
158
Authority Figures
160
From Manipulating To Listening
161
Flirting
163
Sleeping Around
164
Having Been Abused
167
Flashbacks And Nightmares
168
Boundaries
169
Things To Remember
171
A Selfish Program
172
In The Middle Of A Miracle
173
Spirituality
176
Results Not Always Promises
177
Shouldnt It Be Easier Than This?
178
All Or Nothing
180
In Or Around The Program
181
Pick Up The Phone
182
Willingness
183
Identify Dont Compare
184
Change Is A Process
185
Growing Up
186
Secrets
188
Powerless
190
Inventories
192
Partying And Holidays
196
Sponsoring
197
Going Home
198
Dont Get It
199
Pushing Buttons
201
Attitude Of Gratitude
202
Days Clean Sober
203
Prayer And Meditation
206
What If
207
A Talk With My Higher Power
208
The Most Important Thing
210
Slogans
211
Prayer of St Francis Assisi
216
Serenity Prayer
217
Sanskrit Proverb
218
Index
219
The Twelve Steps
223
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