The Twelve Steps -- A Spiritual Journey companion book of prayers.This inspirational guide, based on biblical references and twelve step insights, includes over 100 prayers of declaration, meditation intercession, thanksgiving, praise, and more.
Guides and supports the life-transforming move from self-defeating and destructive sexual behavior to healthy, affirming sexuality.
By and for recovering people; offers a unique combination of practical help and healing insights: applies the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions to the problem of sex addiction; dozens of questions designed to help people assess the effects of obsessive sexual thoughts and compulsive sexual behaviors in their own lives; 19 personal stories from men and women who know, firsthand, the pain of addiction and also the peace and serenity of recovery.
More than 300 questions follow the text of Hope and Recovery: A Twelve Step Guide for Healing from Compulsive Sexual Behavior, helping readers clarify issues related to compulsive sexual behavior.
The resources here will guide you along a pathway of self-assessment, discovery, and fulfillment.
This book contains the true detailed stories of a husband and wife.
Both of them reveal how sex addiction affected them personally and as a couple.
In addition to the pain of active addiction Frank and Jean tell the reader of the process of identification of the problem and the recovery process.
One hundred and ten questions are provided as a way to assist the reader in determining if sex addiction is active in his or her own life.
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