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Finding Your Path in Addiction Recovery and Redesigning Your Life According to You

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Finding Your Path in Addiction Recovery and Redesigning Your Life According to You

Finding Your Path in Addiction Recovery and Redesigning Your Life According to You by Patrick Meninga

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Contents:

  • Why You Should Not Sit Through AA or NA Meetings for the Rest of Your Life in Order to Stay Clean and Sober 1
  • AA meetings can be a waste of time. 2
  • AA meetings can detract from what your real priorities should be in recovery. 4
  • AA meetings might not be your best venue for helping others in recovery. 6
  • AA meetings can become a daily routine and an excuse to stop taking real action and making real growth in recovery  7
  • AA meetings as a crutch. 9
  • Sobriety Case Study-Exploring Unique Methods of Recovery and Staying Clean. 10
  • Case Study # 1 – “Bob”. 11
  • Case Study # 2 – “Joe. 11
  • Case Study # 3 – “Dan”. 11
  • Case Study # 4 – “Phil”. 11
  • Case Study # 5 – “George”. 12
  • Could we honestly say that any one of these individuals is more likely to relapse than the others?. 12
  • Action items – What you can do: 13
  • Designing an Addiction Recovery Program That Will Work for Your Life. 15
  • Customizing recovery for your life – one goal at a time. 15
  • First: Pinpoint your biggest opportunity for personal growth in recovery. 17
  • Next: Carefully examine how you conquered your big goal, so that you can apply it to other areas of your life  20
  • Finally: Continuously re-examine your opportunities for personal growth and apply previous lessons learned  21
  • Enjoy the process of challenging yourself to improve. 21
  • So can you design your own recovery program in advance?. 23
  • How to Recover from Addiction: Case Studies Highlight Specific Techniques That Lead to Success. 24
  • Why look at case studies?. 24
  • Why differentiate between nicotine addiction and drug addiction? Aren’t all addictions the same?. 26
  • Early recovery techniques for drug and alcohol addiction. 28
  • Long term recovery techniques for drug and alcohol addiction. 33
  • Early recovery techniques for nicotine addiction. 37
  • Long term recovery techniques for nicotine addiction. 41
  • Practical conclusions. 44
  • About the Author 46
  • Get Help for Addiction Now   47
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