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The Resource 12 stupid things that mess up recovery : avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action, Allen Berger

12 stupid things that mess up recovery : avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action, Allen Berger

Label
12 stupid things that mess up recovery : avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action
Title
12 stupid things that mess up recovery
Title remainder
avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action
Statement of responsibility
Allen Berger
Title variation
Twelve stupid things that mess up recovery
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1952-
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Berger, Allen
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Addicts
  • Self-help techniques
  • Substance abuse
Label
12 stupid things that mess up recovery : avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action, Allen Berger
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Playing futile self-improvement games
  • Not getting help for relationship troubles
  • Believing that life should be easy
  • Using the program to handle everything
  • Believing addiction to one substance is the only problem
  • Believing sobriety will fix everything
  • Pursuing recovery with less energy than pursuing addiction
  • Being selectively honest
  • Feeling special and unique
  • Not making amends
  • Using the program to try to become perfect
  • Confusing self-concern with selfishness
Control code
ocn184925036
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
ix, 119 p.
Isbn
9781592854868
Lccn
2007051075
Label
12 stupid things that mess up recovery : avoiding relapse through self-awareness and right action, Allen Berger
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Playing futile self-improvement games
  • Not getting help for relationship troubles
  • Believing that life should be easy
  • Using the program to handle everything
  • Believing addiction to one substance is the only problem
  • Believing sobriety will fix everything
  • Pursuing recovery with less energy than pursuing addiction
  • Being selectively honest
  • Feeling special and unique
  • Not making amends
  • Using the program to try to become perfect
  • Confusing self-concern with selfishness
Control code
ocn184925036
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
ix, 119 p.
Isbn
9781592854868
Lccn
2007051075

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