Addiction is a preventable, treatable disease, not a moral failing. As with other illnesses, the approaches most likely to work are based on science, not faith, tradition, contrition, or wishful thinking.
A glimpse into the darkness and confusion of addiction, from the addict’s perspective and the family’s experience. A detailed description of his journey through active addiction and the recovery process.
Addiction and recovery insider and expert William Cope Moyers answers the question “Now What?” for addicts and their loved ones, every step of their journey from contemplation through intervention, treatment, and recovery.
Educating, Equipping, and Empowering Families to Manage Drug-Addicted Behaviors. A straight forward, yet compassionate and transparent “behind the scenes” perspective of addiction - as written by a person who found freedom from the “deathstyle” of addiction.
PARENT PERSPECTIVEA story of discovery, shame, denial, and finally acceptance, Secret No More tells the story of one mother’s ultimate struggle with her son’s addiction and how it taught her a new way to love.
PARENT PERSPECTIVEThe story of one family’s efforts through their faith, the 12-step program, and a tough-love approach to help their son return home—as did the prodigal son of the Gospel—to forgiveness, love, and a renewed life.
Barbara Theodosiou, founder of The Addict’s Mom, shares the pain and loss of addiction—as well as the hope of recovery. This unique book features the voices of multiple family members showing how addiction is truly a family disease.
This groundbreaking book explains why women experience burnout differently than men—and provides a simple, science-based plan to help women minimize stress, manage emotions, and live a more joyful life.
This first-of-its-kind guided journal from critically acclaimed author Beverly Conyers helps us to recover from unhealthy relationships, addictions of all types, compulsive habits, anxiety and stress, workaholism, disordered eating, or mental health and emotional challenges.
Sharing her heartache and her journey of courage, resiliency, and acceptance, Sandy inspires us to believe that no matter what comes our way, it is possible to say we’re “just dandy” and (usually) mean it. Hazelden Publishing.
FEATUREDApple App - 146 new readings, complementary to Sandy Swenson’s book Tending Dandelions. Convenient and searchable. A perfect tool for use in support groups, or when you need connection and motivation.
FEATUREDAndroid App - 146 new readings, complementary to Sandy Swenson’s book Tending Dandelions. Convenient and searchable. A perfect tool for use in support groups, or when you need connection and motivation.
Mothers of addicted and alcoholic children share a deep connection—one that is rarely understood by anyone who hasn’t experienced a similar path. Sharing our perspectives helps us all grow stronger, together.