Books

Review of “recovery” books

Memoirs of an addicted Brain.

Memoirs of an addicted Brain. A neuroscientist examines his former life on drugs. Marc Lewis PHD. I have been reading a lot about addiction since I decided to start blogging again and this book was fascinating. It is certainly not...

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AA-How Alcoholics Anonymous Steals Your Soul

AA-How Alcoholics Anonymous Steals Your Soul Indoctrinating America in 12 Easy Steps Robert Warner    AA certainly divides opinion, which I suppose is why the one size fits all solution, which it claims will work for everyone, does not achieve great results. Most...

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Recover! Stop Thinking Like An Addict and Reclaim Your Life with the PERFECT Program – Stanton Peele

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Sober Is The New Black

Sober Is The New Black, by Rachel Black Rachel sent me an email telling me about her book and I decided to read it, and am glad I did. It is unusual, because it has been written by somebody who...

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The sober revolution – calling time on wine o’clock

This is another book that covers a similar subject to the one written by Gabriel Glasser. It looks at the relationship women have with drink today. There is quite a lot in the press at the moment about "binge...

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Her Best-Kept Secret

Her Best-Kept Secret, Why Women Drink - And How They Can Regain Control I was really surprised at how thought-provoking this book was by Gabrielle Glaser. It gives a good, well researched background into the way that America's drinking culture has changed...

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The mindfulness workbook for addiction

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