The 12 Step Recovery Toolkit
“Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” Recovering addicts work the 12 steps because their lives depend on it. Accessing a Higher Power and acting upon the Higher Power’s will is a means for lasting recovery and survival. The 12-Step Recovery Toolkit offers a simple yet effective way to tap into that Higher Power and receive guidance on how to incorporate the twelve steps, tools, and slogans into daily life. Whether you have a problem or just need a little extra guidance, the cards in The 12-Step Recovery Toolkit allows the recovering addict to ask questions of their Higher Power and pull one or more cards for inspiration and advice. This is a deck that every recovering addict should have in his or her arsenal of 12-step tools. A recovering addict herself, Stacey J. felt compelled to create the toolkit to help others work the steps and make their way through the program. The 12-Step Recovery Kit is a tool for recovering addicts created by a recovering addict.
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