By Judith A. Wilson C.A.P.
Early restoration is a annoying time. it might probably even be complicated due to the surprising phrases and words which are conventional in restoration teams. prepared alphabetically, the addictionary is a finished source that defines enormous quantities of restoration phrases. The authors offer transparent, in-depth definitions that demystify the language of restoration, handle quite a few restoration matters, and concentrate on addictions to medicinal drugs, alcohol, playing, nutrients, intercourse, and codependency. specific good points contain definitions grouped by means of issues and a listing of restoration teams and firms.
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Extra resources for Addictionary: A Primer of Recovery Terms & Concepts from Abstinence to Withdraw
This is where the idea of closed (alcoholics only) and open (for anyone interested) developed. Family Groups Lois realized she was still suffering from problems caused by alcoholism even though Bill had been sober for several years. Family support groups began to meet around the country, and in 1951 Lois and a friend set up an office in New York to help them. They called their new organization Al-Anon. Al-Anon adopted AA's Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions with only minor changes in the wording as needed to make sense for family members.
86/003 subject : Compulsive behavior--Encyclopedias, Twelve-step programs--Encyclopedias. Page 3 Addictionary A Primer of Recovery Terms and Concepts from Abstinence to Withdrawal Jan R. Wilson and Judith A. Originally published 1992 by Fireside/Parkside Published by Hazelden 1994 Printed in the United States of America No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher ISBN: 1-56838-116-6 Editor's note Hazelden offers a variety of information on chemical dependency and related areas.
Jung, however, said he had occasionally seen such men saved by a miraculous religious conversion. Page 36 Oxford Group Rowland H. joined the Oxford Group, a nondenominational evangelical group that sought the spirit of first century Christianity. He got sober and tried to help other alcoholics by using Oxford Group principles, which became a foundation for the development of AA's Twelve-Step recovery plan. Those principles involved a self-survey, confession, restitution, and the giving of oneself in service to others.